At The English Farm, we realize that language isn't just something you learn, it's something you use—in business, in speaking tests, and with locals when you are traveling. Read about our teacher's experience traveling to Colombia.
You are busy. But, you still want to improve your English. So how do you make the most of the little time you have? Learn four steps to study effectively.
If you don't know the difference between "I don't know" and "I don't mind", take a look at this blog. It will also teach you how to avoid blocking conversation flow.
This blog explores a variety of verbs and adjectives for describing different types of pain. It also describes how to explain degrees of pain and tell someone where you are feeling pain in your body.
Learning a new language is hard, especially as an adult! Here are a few tips our teacher, Kris, shared that helped her while learning Italian.
For scientists to succeed in this competitive world, they need to publish their work in high impact journals and collaborate with other successful scientists. This can be challenging with a language barrier in mind. However English is considered the international language of science, and has enabled scientists from all over the world to communicate effectively.
To achieve a mountain-top goal, you need to set a path, choose your steps and maintain a good pace.
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.
To learn new words, most people look them up in the dictionary or translator. This is a good start. But the definition is only one aspect of a word that you need to know. To use the word correctly, you need to think about two other things: connotations, and collocations.
Think about when you started learning English. How many years have you been learning? Now, find out how long it should take you to reach fluency.