English Words that are often Confused #4 — Mary’s English Blog

First, read English Words that are often Confused #1, #2, & #3. Today, I’m continuing with English Words that are often Confused: words starting with ‘E’. If you would like to receive all my future posts explaining confusing words, just click on ‘Follow’. Let’s have a look at some confusing words: a) edible, eatable […]

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How to Give Your Vocabulary a Boost as You Prep for Your IELTS Exam — Mary’s English Blog

How to Give Your Vocabulary a Boost as You Prep for Your IELTS Exam – A Guest Post by Ofer Tirosh The International English Language Testing System, or IELTS, is a standardized test of the English language used to measure the proficiency of non-native speakers. Recognized by employers and universities all over the world, it […]

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Latest IELTS Writing Task 1 2020 (Graphs, Charts, Maps, Processes) — How to do IELTS

These are the most recent/lastest IELTS Writing Task 1 Task topics and questions starting in 2019 and continuing into 2020. I Googled all over the internet and checked Facebook to find these graphs, charts, maps and processes – they are much harder to find and record than writing task 2! That is why the format […]

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A Song with First Conditional, Imperatives, and Collocations — Mary’s English Blog

Dua Lipa sings a song, Don’t Start Now, in which she tells an ex boyfriend very clearly that their relationship is finished and she is not interested in seeing him again. Her life is so much better without him. Her message to him is clear: If you don’t want to see me with another man, […]

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Do you ENJOY your English Classes?! — The FUTURE of Learning

(Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2tvpZb7) The best language centres are definitely the ones that everyone is talking about. But the question is why. What makes an English language centre a place with a great reputation. It sounds very simple to say that it’s because there are great teachers, but what is it about a teacher that makes […]

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