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33 Idioms

33 Idioms

By Suzanne Pilch / 11 December 2020

Worried about not using enough idioms? Here is the right lesson for you!

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Gradable & Non-Gradable Adjective

Gradable & Non-Gradable Adjective

By Ed Tyrrell / 2 December 2020

Why is it OK to say VERY cold, but not VERY freezing?

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Verb Patterns Part 1
Suzanne Pilch Suzanne Pilch
29 November 2020

Verb Patterns Part 1

If you have doubts about what to put after verbs like ALLOW, SUGGEST, LET, REQUIRE, this is a lesson you must follow!

How many idioms related to COLD do you know?

How many idioms related to COLD do you know?

By Suzanne Pilch / 9 November 2020

If you want to become really fluent in English, you need to both understand and use idioms and idiomatic phrases. Our worksheet on COLD IDIOMS will add you with that. Download the PDF and get in touch with our coaches if you feel you need to practice them in speaking!

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How to use THE most frequent English Word? Usage and Exceptions of THE

By Suzanne Pilch / 14 September 2020

Why is THE an interesting word to focus on?It divides the world we speak about into 'things we know and we suppose the others know as well' and 'new information'. If you understand the usage of 'THE', you will most likely find it easier to understand English native speakers as a whole. So, let's get down to it!

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I need your help!

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 October 2017

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Phrasal Verbs – How can anyone ‘do without’ them?

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 October 2017

Many students find themselves ‘shutting down’ upon hearing the term “Phrasal Verbs” and I suppose that I can understand why; there are thousands of them, literally!

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