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Category: english for beginners

How Articles Aren’t As Bad As You Think [infographic]

  • June 9, 2016
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As I’ve promised, we’re learning the grammar using more pictures and infographics! Today our subject is concerning articles. Indefinite and definite articles, such as “a”, “an” and “the”, describe and modify nouns. Adults and advanced ESL students can run into many challenging situations where abstract and collective nouns make it difficult to decide whether to…

What are your personal benefits of being an ESL speaker?

  • June 7, 2016
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Have you thought before why you should study English? Think about it again; I have made a small list of your benefits if you learn English as you second foreign language. If you’re a native English speaker, look through this list as it explains the profit for you too. 1) You can find more friends…

Why Do People Think Summer Studying is a Good Idea?

  • June 3, 2016
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Have you ever tried to learn something new during the summer holidays? Some of my students have their school exams right now and ultimately no time to study English. Some of you will have entrance exams until the end of July. What I’d like to tell you is that there’s no excuse for not learning!…

15 Most Frequent Misspellings in English. How to avoid them?

  • June 2, 2016
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The English language is old enough to make us wonder where do all its spelling and grammar rules come from, isn’t it? Nowadays we can easily study some particular points of the language history, but we do not always have enough time to do it. The most misspelled words in English are not pulled from…

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