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11

Dec'17

ESL learning: Humor vs. humour

  Humor and humour are different spellings of the same word. Humor is preferred in American English, and humour is …

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10

Dec'17

10 Good Tips to Confidently Speak English

1. Expect nervousness Don’t forget that even native speakers get nervous when speaking publicly, at least many native speakers do. …

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09

Dec'17

English for Chatting – Acronyms

English for Chatting – Acronyms  One very useful thing to know in the English language is chatting acronyms. We need …

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07

Dec'17

Idiom: Butterflies in your stomach

The nervous feeling before something important or stressful is known as butterflies in your stomach. Can I see some examples? …

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06

Dec'17

Adjective or Adverb?

Adjective: A word which describes, identifies or qualifies a noun or pronoun. An adjective usually, but not always, comes before …

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06

Dec'17

ESL Learning: Homophone

A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same as another word but differs in meaning. For example “meet” …

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