Okay usually means yes, sure. But when you say, "It's okay", the meaning changes significantly.
Fresh on the blog
You forget faster than you think! There are two ways you can fight against forgetting. Read on to find out how you can forget less.
In Japan, "global" is a buzz word that people like to use. Students want to be more "global". They want to work on the "global stage" for a "global company". In English, maybe you should choose a different word.
A lot of people learning English have been taught to ask, "What is your hobby?" But native English speakers almost never ask this. Why? There are two reasons.
If you have to give a presentation in English, you will likely spend a lot of time preparing your slides. However, there is a danger of relying too heavily on slides.
You are busy. But, you still want to improve your English. So how do you make the most of the little time you have?
Pronunciation is completely different from other language skills—pronunciation’s a muscular skill.
How do you maintain confidentiality without being rude?
What is effective learning? While each person is different, we can still look at ideal examples for inspiration. Let's take a look at one of history's most renowned geniuses, Albert Einstein.
There are a lot of idioms in English that use the word "nose". Apparently, we like to talk about our noses a lot! Here are just 10 to add to your phrasebook (plus a bonus one to amaze your friends and colleagues with).