18 1, 2021

Which word should we use? Do, play or go in front of the ‘sports’ verb?

18/1/2021|Categories: Daily|

A ‘sport’s verb is followed by do, play or go usually. However, the nature of these verbs are totally different. Today, let’s learn about when to use the corresponding words before some ‘sports’ verb!

23 12, 2020

8 methods to cook eggs

23/12/2020|Categories: Daily|

Eggs are full of nutrition. Many people would like to have eggs all the time for breakfast, lunch or dinner. With many ways to cook them, eating an egg benedict, fried or boiled eggs at a café has become very famous and trendy nowadays. Therefore, let’s learn different vocabularies about the cooking method of eggs, so you can order your desired eggs in foreign countries too.

21 12, 2020

8 sentences to replace ‘I think…’

21/12/2020|Categories: Daily|

We always use ‘I think…’ when we want to express our opinion, but if we repeat ‘I think…’ many times in a passage, others may think our English level is too basic and we can sound boring too. Besides, ‘I think…’ sometimes cannot deliver our thoughts accurately. Let’s learn 8 new sentences to replace ‘I think…’ so you can have more variation when expressing yourself in English!

23 11, 2020

Have you ever considered how many adjectives can describe hair?

23/11/2020|Categories: Daily|

When it comes to hair, we usually only describe it as long or short. However, there are many more adjectives to talk about hair, its shape and quality. Let’s learn the following hair-related adjectives!

18 11, 2020

8 ways to express gratitude without saying ‘thank you’

18/11/2020|Categories: Daily|

We must say ‘thank you’ when we want to thank others. However, it is boring to always use ‘thank you’. Sometimes, ‘thank you’ is not sincere enough to truly show our appreciation. Therefore, let’s learn the following ways to say ‘thank you’!

21 9, 2020

Many food items can appear in English expressions, but their meanings aren’t always taken literally

21/9/2020|Categories: Daily, Idioms, Phrasal-Verbs|

There are many idioms about food, for example the one we always hear is ‘the apple of my eye’. This means the person is adored by someone. Isn’t that fascinating? Let’s learn 8 food idioms today!

18 9, 2020

Ten sentences to reply to ‘Thank you’, so you do not have to say ‘You’re welcome!’ anymore!

18/9/2020|Categories: Daily|

When we hear ‘Thank you’, we usually reply ‘you’re welcome!’. However, there are many other ways of saying this in English. Let’s learn the following 8 sentences to reply to ‘Thank you!’

16 9, 2020

These are words commonly used to describe different ways of cutting

16/9/2020|Categories: Daily|

Some form of ‘cutting’ is involved when preparing meals at home. However, if we only know the word ‘cut’, we may not be able to accurately follow the steps in English recipes. Let’s learn the following 8 verbs about it!

21 8, 2020

8 phrasal verbs about clothing

21/8/2020|Categories: Daily, Phrasal-Verbs|

Girls usually like dressing up and matching different clothes to build up their own styles. We always use ‘wear’ and ‘remove’ to describe putting on and taking off the clothes. However, there are other words or phrasal verbs we can use to describe this action.

17 8, 2020

Having difficulties when ordering takeaway? Let’s learn the following expressions!

17/8/2020|Categories: Conversation, Daily|

As there is coronavirus, everyone tends to order takeaway. However, can you think of how to order takeaway or will you not understand what the person is saying on the phone? Let’s learn the following expressions to make takeaway order easier!   I would like to place an order A: Thanks for calling. How can [...]

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