Let’s look at a personal question today. In the G.B.C. test, there are often questions about travel, and it’s a good idea to think about potential places you would like to visit (or places you have been) and the reasons why you are attracted to the place.
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Use this post to discover your reading speed and learn how to read more quickly.
Thinking of taking the IELTS? So am I. Remember to study for it—even if you're a native speaker!
Many non-native English speakers make a mistake choosing between get or become, but there is a simple rule you can follow.
Have you ever seen comedy from another culture and wondered, why is this considered funny? Believe it or not, this even happens to English speakers from different countries.
Intonation is sometimes described as the music of language. Without it, our voices are flat and lifeless, but with it, even simple language can be funny, memorable or moving.
Giving negative feedback is hard. This post will make it a little easier by introducing three phrases you can use to give feedback while still showing respect for their effort.
A lot of people misuse in and later. Are you one of them?
Some pronunciation strategies are ineffective. But, by using the right strategy, you can sound much more like a native speaker.
"Speak", "say", "talk" and "tell" all mean giving voice to words, but each is used differently. In this blog, find out how and when to use the verb "speak" correctly.
The words enough and too are easy to understand, but many students fail to use them correctly. Or, even if they are correct, they may be unnatural. I've heard too many mistakes, and I've had enough! It's time to master too and enough.
Prick up your ears for these 10 idioms using the word "ear"!