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This blog describes how to use the verb "hurt" to describe pain. It also explains how to explain the degrees of pain we feel and lists common have + noun collocations for describing pain.
A great way to prepare for your G.B.C. or other speaking test is to predict the questions you might be asked. That way you can build your vocabulary and have ideas ready for common topics. Learn how with our latest blog post!
Find out more about the most popular word guessing game of the year—Wordle. Learn why this game is so tempting to native and non-native speakers, and how you can win it every time!
Hand gestures can make a difference in your English meetings or next presentation. In this blog post, learn 3 easy ways to incorporate them today!
Try as a noun or a verb both means to attempt something, but the nuance can change in unexpected ways. Find out how.
A mistake that English language learners often make is to misuse the word “challenge.” As a noun it means a difficult task, but as a verb the meaning is quite different.
Learn about the two most common grammar complaints and how to grow from it!
In this blog post, find out what teachers mean when they say "shadowing" will help you improve your English. We break it down in 3 easy steps for you to master!
Learn 3 reasons why you may be struggling with English fluency. Then find out what you can do to fix it.
How do you maintain confidentiality without being rude? Recognize a bad way and learn some good ways to express confidentiality.
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