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10 Business English Phrasal Verbs

You might have heard that phrasal verbs are informal (not always true!) and maybe you think that means you don’t need to learn them in …

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Raise vs Rise – What’s the Difference?

Learn how to use the words raise and rise correctly. Use my raise vs rise exercises – practice makes perfect!

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10 Common Bird Idioms You Can Use Today

Learn 10 idioms related to birds. Includes examples of how to use them in your English exams!

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10 Life Idioms You Can Use Today

Learn 10 idioms related to the word ‘life’. Includes examples of how to use them in your English exams!

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Fun vs Funny – What’s the Difference?

Learn how to use the words fun and funny correctly. Use my fun vs funny exercises – practice makes perfect!

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10 Animal Idioms You Can Use Today

A great way to improve your English vocabulary is to learn a few idioms. Here are some common English idioms on the topic of animals. …

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The 14 Punctuation Marks in English Grammar [Explained!]

There are 14 commonly used punctuation marks in English. Here’s what they mean and how to use them?

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“Hot” Idioms – 10 Common English Phrases and How to Use Them

10 common idioms with the word ‘hot’ that you can learn and use after reading!

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Present Simple vs Present Continuous

Learn the difference between the present simple (go, eat, drink) and the present continuous (be going, be eating, be drinking). Includes exercises!

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English Words Ending in LESS (From B1 to C2)

Learn what the suffix -less means, and find out which words ending in less YOU should know for your B2, C1, and C2 exams.

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How to Respond to Thank You (In Any Situation)

A list of responses to thank you, and examples of how to use them in formal and informal situations. Plus the all-time best reply to thank you!

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Your vs You’re – The Difference, Examples, and Practice

The difference between your and you’re explained – crystal clear! Lots of examples and a fun game to let your practice. Plus memes!

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How to Swear Like a Sailor: The 10 Best English Swear Words

Disclaimer: This article contains lots of bad words. If you don’t want to read bad words, don’t click on an article about swearing. I haven’t …

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Mathematics Vocabulary in English

A resource to help you say mathematical things in English.

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False Friends Worksheet

Stop making these basic mistakes! Especially useful for German native speakers. Contains a free worksheet you can print out.

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Used to Do vs Used to Doing

Learn how to use ‘used to do’ and ‘used to doing’ correctly. Includes a worksheet I use with my own students. Enjoy!

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Give In vs Give Up: What’s the Difference?

The phrasal verbs “give up” and “give in” can be confusing. Sometimes it seems like they are similar, and sometimes they seem very different. That’s …

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