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What kind of vocabulary should you have?

  • November 17, 2016
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Good Grammar Day! As always, we start a new grammar class now! And as usual, I take the subject from my students’ questions: “What kind of vocabulary should one have?” Thanks to my followers and subscribers we’re going to find out the answer today! Let’s discuss the central vocabulary and the lexical structure for you…

New comic strips invite us to the seaside

  • November 10, 2016
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New comic strips today! I wish you a happy new day today, and a lot of enjoyment thanks to Mike Franklin and his malapropisms! First, read the phrases below either written here or on the picture, then – try to find out the meaning. Next, discover new lexis, learn it, and laugh as the malapropisms…

Learning is a marathon, so run it!

  • November 2, 2016
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Recently my students asked me to give them more praxis after each grammar post. Starting from today, we’re going revise something old and learn something new from the English language grammar. You shouldn’t be afraid of lots of exercises I’m going to offer to you! I hope it’s going to be fun and helpful. This…

What are y’all talking about?

  • November 1, 2016
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Good grammar day! Today we’re going to discuss a few words that could have made you worried or even angry. We’re going to discover the word construction ‘y’all.’ ‘Y’all’ has still its the place in the dictionary. Y’all [jˈɔːl] is a simple contraction of you-all [ˈjuːɔːl] (according to the US dialect form) We use it to refer…

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