You can’t have a conversation with someone if you can’t understand what they’re saying. Listening is the first step to being able to have a conversation. Get good at listening, and you’ll set yourself up for being able to have successful conversations. so below some steps to improve your English listening skill.1-use your boring Time to…… Continue reading How to improve your English listening skill
We use the reported statements when we want to tell someone what the other person said or asked. For example : Direct speech: I like coffee . Reported speech: She says (that) she likes coffee . We don’t need to change the tense, but we do need to change the ‘person’ from ‘I’ to ‘she’,…… Continue reading Reported speech
Learning English weather idioms will improve your understanding of English. They’re used often, especially in conversations. Most native English speakers will use a few of them several times a week, just out of habit.So below some of these English weather idioms for all kinds of weather. Weather the storm This one can be a little…… Continue reading General English sayings for weather
There are two main kinds of questions: The ‘yes / no’ kind need the answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’. For example: Do you like chocolate? Is he from India? A ‘wh’ one needs more information in the answer. It uses a question word like ‘where’, ‘why’, ‘how’ etc. For example : Where do you live? Where…… Continue reading Question forms
Stative verbs describe states that last for some time, so we call them non-continuous, and we can’t use them for continuous tenses like the present continuous, or the future continuous. Here is a list of some stative verbs : Some Stative verbs : likeknowbelongloverealisefithatesupposecontainwantmeanconsistneedunderstandseempreferbelievedependagreeremembermattermindrecogniseseeownappearlook (=seem)soundtastesmellhearastonishdenydisagreepleaseimpresssatisfypromisesurprisedoubtthink (=have an opinion)feel (=have an opinion)wishimagineconcerndislikebehave Dynamic verbs describe an…… Continue reading Stative verbs and dynamic verbs
The modal verbs in English grammar are can, could, may, might, must, need not, shall/will, should/ought to. The use of modal verbs : ability permission possibility obligation Prohibition Lack of necessity Advice The differences between the modal verbs and the normal verbs: 1: They don’t use an ‘s’ for the third person singular. 2: They make…… Continue reading Modal verbs
Fortunately, more and more people of all ages and backgrounds are learning languages today. In fact, more than half of the world’s population is bilingual or multilingual. So what are those who speak only one language missing out on? Increased Creativity Furthermore, being bilingual helps to improve your creativity. Bilingual children or adults have been…… Continue reading The importance of being bilingual
Below are basic phrases that people use every day. They are useful phrases that’ll also help your knowledge of English to grow. 1. I really appreciate… You can use this phrase to thank someone. For example, you might say: I really appreciate your help. – Or you can combine the two phrases :Thanks so much with I…… Continue reading English Phrases to speak fluently .
Idioms are used constantly in the English language , both at work as well as at home, and they are the key for language progression. So review and practise the phrases below, using these example sentences. A piece of cake In a sentence: that exam was a piece of cake am sure I’ll get a…… Continue reading English idioms for daily use.
1.Be socialize Trying to learn the language without talking to other people is hard. Because it makes you part of society so take any chance to talk to people, even on the phone. as a result you will learn grammar as you listen to how other people use the words and speak even if you…… Continue reading How to learn English grammar effectively