The English language is full of collocations and idioms. By collocations, I mean words that naturally go together like ‘high hopes‘, ‘heavy rain‘, and ‘make friends‘. We don’t say ‘tall hopes’, ‘huge rain‘ or ‘produce friends‘. Idioms are expressions whose meaning cannot be predicted by the words in the expression; for example, ‘to kick the […]
via A song with Collocations and Idioms — Mary’s English Blog
I have uploaded a video called “Better Pronunciation” to my site. You can see it here.
I have a free “drop in” English class for Brazilian people weekly. If you would like to join this weekly class or would like more details please contact me. It is open to all Brazilians who are trying to learn English and is free. You only need a Skype ID. The class cannot be larger than 25 people.
Brazil has many economic and social problems – if you are a teacher and you would like to participate in this voluntary project please contact me.
Easy English Grammar Exercises Write the sentences and add capital letters, full stops and question marks: how do I get to the library from here
via Easy English Grammar Exercises-Punctuation, Full Stops, Capital Letters — Easy & Simple English Learning!
ESL–English as a Second Language. (Confession time–English is my first language. I am functional but would not call myself quite fluent in Spanish. Those are the only two languages I know more than a few words in. I was also an English major in college.) I follow some very fine blogs written in English, where […]
via ESL–Should It Matter if You Blog? — e-Quips
I got my IELTS results yesterday. Overall Band 7.0 L: 8.5 R: 7.5 W: 6.0 S: 6.5 Low scores for writing and speaking but fortunately, I am still qualified in the required scores of the Universities in NL and NZ. I can think of several justifications why I got those scores but mainly, I know, […]
via My IELTS Results — Have Courage!
As informed in my last writing IELTS is the English Language Proficiency test which is conducted across the globe for those aspiring people who wants to enhance their career or academics in a Native English speaking country. IELTS has two categories namely General IELTS and Academic IELTS. General is for those aspirants who are looking […]
via In-depth about GENERAL IELTS — English Forum
THINGS TO REMEMBER – (1) Part 3 is the most difficult part of the test. You need to speak about more academic/advanced topics, which you may not be familiar with (2) Therefore, you should focus on giving a well-organized answer. Try to organize your response like a paragraph in an essay (a clear main […]
via IELTS Speaking Real Test 2018: Part 3 – Children — IELTS UNLOCKED