Why is it important to learn English Phrases??

People use words, but they speak in phrases.When you study a language, you often focus on learning one word at a time.And it’s important to know what individual (single) words mean. But learning whole phrases also has a lot of benefits (good effects) for English learners, here are some of these benefits. Understanding spoken English…… Continue reading Why is it important to learn English Phrases??

Compound words and their meanings

English has a number of words that make the language confusing for those who are just learning the language. They include homophones, homonyms, compound words, and word pairs which look and sound similar but have different meanings. Compound words which can be one word or two can be especially confusing. Here we will look at…… Continue reading Compound words and their meanings

Most effective online learning tips

Choose the best time and place to learn Choosing when to learn and study is very important in terms of maximizing your energy and learning more efficiently. We all have different energy levels over the course of the day, and some of us prefer to do certain activities at certain points in the day, being…… Continue reading Most effective online learning tips

Important phrases for a job interview

In job interviews you have to be convincing , and to show why you want this job also why you deserve it . So you need to speak confidently and to have good expressions to convince your interviewer about your personality, strengths, experience and why you want the job . – phrases to describe your…… Continue reading Important phrases for a job interview

Your best guide for the verb tenses

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There are 12 main tenses in the English language, the result of the following combination of tenses and aspects: PresentPastFuturePresent perfectPast perfectFuture perfectPresent progressivePast progressiveFuture progressivePresent perfect progressivePast perfect progressiveFuture perfect progressive The Simple Verb Tenses To begin, let’s take a closer look at the simple present, past, and future verb tenses.  Present The simple present tense…… Continue reading Your best guide for the verb tenses

Kinds of noun

What is noun A noun is a part of speech that names a person, place, thing, idea, action or quality. Kinds of nouns Common noun Nonspecific people, places, things or ideas. Man, city, relegion etc……. Proper noun Specific people, places, things etc…… Albert Einstein, London etc…… Abstract noun Something that you can not perceive with…… Continue reading Kinds of noun

Figures of speech

What is the figure of speech A figure of speech is a word or phrase that is used in a non-literal way to create an effect. This effect used in the deliberate arrangement of words to achieve something poetic, or imagery as in the use of language to suggest a visual picture or make an idea more vivid. Types…… Continue reading Figures of speech

Types of sentences

A sentence is the largest unit of any language. In English, it begins with a capital letter and ends with a full-stop, or a question mark, or an exclamation mark. The sentence is generally defined as a word or a group of words that expresses a thorough idea by giving a statement/order, or asking a question, or…… Continue reading Types of sentences

TOEFL vs IELTS

What is the IELTS? IELTS is an abbreviation for International English Language Testing System. The test is available in two formats: ‘IELTS Academic’, for those planning to study at a higher education level abroad; and ‘IELTS General Training’, which focuses on social skills and workplace contexts. What is the TOEFL? TOEFL is an acronym for…… Continue reading TOEFL vs IELTS

Most common adjectives in English

What is an adjective? It’s a word that modifying the meaning of a noun or the pronoun . Types of adjectives : Descriptive adjectives : New, old, big, little, fast, slow… Possessive : my, his, our, your, their, her,his,hers, mine, its, theirs, ours… Quantitative : first, second, third, few, all… Interrogative: which, what, whose… Demostrative…… Continue reading Most common adjectives in English