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How do we make questions in English? If this is still causing you problems read this very complete grammar summary here For more information and practice about indirect questions look at this very interesting page from BBC learning English. Click … Continue reading
VOCABULARY: TRY TO THINK OF A TIME OR SITUATION WHEN YOU FEEL/FELT THIS WAY: Exhausted Confused Ecstatic Guilty Suspicious Angry Hysterical Frustrated Sad Confident Embarrassed Happy Mischievous Disgusted frightened Enraged Ashamed Cautious Smug Depressed Overwhelmed Hopeful Lonely … Continue reading
Mind Your Language is a British comedy television series from the late 70s. The series focuses on the adult students of an English foreign language class in a London college. The classes take place in the evening, and are taught by … Continue reading
Stereotypes are generalizations, or assumptions, that people make about the characteristics of all members of different groups or nationalities, based on an image (often wrong) about what people in that group are like. Watch the following video where people in … Continue reading
Writing letters and e-mails could be a hard task, but DON’T WORRY!, here is a web page where you’ll find many samples of formal and informal letters, as well as some very good advice. Take advantage of the World Wide Web!!!! … Continue reading
How do you feel today? Positive or negative? Here is a list of adjectives to describe your feelings. To test your ability to read people’s faces do this facial expressions test. If it’s idioms you want to use then here you have … Continue reading