There are times when your brain tells you that you have to do something that you don’t want to do, and times that your brain says to stop doing something but you feel like that’s impossible. Well, here is some vocabulary to help explain those situations.
I don’t sew but my wife does. Making things according to instructions is a great way to practise English. The first link is from my wife and then I looked around from there.
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I teach at schools, universities, NPOs and companies. I teach beginners all the way up to advanced. Here are five things I always get asked that don’t matter.
Nobody’s life is amazing all the time. We all need to wait at the post office, do laundry and iron clothes. This post is to help you make your boring activities sound interesting.
Today’s episode is about numbers and how to say them. Numbers – 3rd September 2014 The podcast is also available in the iTunes Store by searching for Get Great English or clicking here. Also, you can stream it on Stitcher here or in the sidebar. If you prefer Soundcloud, it’s here.
I’ve already posted before about discussing movies and books but sometimes you need some extra vocabulary to talk about television.
When you talk about your childhood, you need to use past tenses and probably ‘used to’ as well. Here are some tips to avoid some of the most common mistakes.