Asking students to write an essay is a task they have never appreciated. Not because they don’t like writing but they think that it is hard for them to perform such a task. However, the following article ... Read more »
Most Common Idioms in English What's an idiom ? Definition: an idiom refers to a phrase or expression that cannot be understood by knowing what the individual words in the phrase mean. for example : " kicked... Read more »
Do the exercises below on citizenship . Choose the right words: vote – involvement- elections – responsibilities -rights – improvements -patriotism- community – active Good citizens would participate in ……………………….by choosing the candidate they feel they can ……………………….... Read more »
Agreement, Partial Agreement And Disagreement. Agreement, partial agreement and disagreement The way people agree or disagree in an argument or discussion varies in different languages. Agreement: It is worthwhile saying that silence is not understood as... Read more »
Relative Pronouns who – subject or object pronoun for people They caught the lady who killed her baby. which – subject or object pronoun I read the book which is on the table. I visited the... Read more »
Vocabulary – Science and technology Science and technology vocabulary English for specific purposes. This is a list of vocabulary items related to science and technology for English learners. Technhology: 1. The application of science, especially to... Read more »
Irregular verbs source: www.englishpages.com What are irregular verbs? Regular verbs have ed at the end of the simple past and past participle forms: Base verb + ed Examples of regular verbs: Infinitive Simple past Past participle play... Read more »
Humor A big mystery: the tremendous benefits of laughter. Humor, the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement, affects how we perceive and respond to life. It enhances the quality of life and... Read more »
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