This is a quick blog post to give you 5 practical tips of things you can do alone to help you practice English Speaking.
Many learners believe they need to have a partner to practice and improve speaking otherwise they are doomed to never speaking.
It was a funny man. Some people thought he was crazy, others thought he was positive… The man with no past only focused on the present.
When asked questions, he couldn’t remember. He stayed in the present. No matter what. No past, no memories, just the now, the present…
Será que vale apena aprender phrasal verbs? Muitos alunos que entram em um nível intermediário ou que estudam sozinho se deparam com esta pergunta: será que vale apena aprender phrasal verbs? São tantos!Não sei se consigo aprender…
A vida é cheia de desafios não é verdade? E para ser sincera, acredito que por mais que reclamamos as vezes dos desafios da vida, não conseguiríamos viver sem eles. A vida seria simplementes muito chata, sem aventuras, sem superação. Com o inglês é a mesma coisa.
Estava estudando sobre um assunto que me interessa muito, quando comecei a refletir sobre meu progresso e me peguei pensando… Porque será que não estou aprendendo?
Simple Past is a grammar point many English learners struggle with. In this new grammar post, I will be starting a series of posts about Simple Past and what better way to do than with Verb To Be?
Do you use “very much” all the time! There are different ways to express that in English and intensifying adverbs are going to help you do that! It’s very simple, I promise!
Countable and Uncountable nouns always confuse students. There are so many posts and vídeos out there! However, it is an important subject, which is why I am creating my post to help you with this subject.
These 3 verbs are used in specific situations. Consequently, many students confuse when to use see, look and watch. Let’s take a look at them individually.
A linking verb is a verb that connects the subject and the complement (or predicate) of a sentence.
Ok, Priscila. This is the definition, but can you give me a clear example of what that really is in action?