Meaning: Spliting the payment of the account. Normally done at a restaurant or a bar. In other words, paying for your own bill. Go Dutch: is a contraction of the phrase: ” In the Dutch way ”. Also: Dutch Treat. Example: I don’t want you to pay for my lunch, let’s go Dutch. There are … More Learning Idioms: Go Dutch
Questions and answers are foundational to communication, both written and spoken. Understanding the nature of questions is particularly helpful when studying English as a second language. Conversation in your class is created, obviously, by the formulation and asking of questions, listening for a response, and then responding appropriately. The most important thing about questions is … More Understanding The Importance Of Questions For English Learners
It is someone who prefers to do everything from a sofa, in other words, a lazy person who has a hard time moving from the sofa to perform daily activities. A person who spends long hours lying on a sofa normally watching TV or doing other activities that do not require much effort such as; … More If they say you are a Couch Potato…Ouch!
Did you know that this word is pronounced differently in UK vs USA? Yes, in the USA the pronunciation stresses the first syllable, versus in the UK where the stress is spread throughout the word. Check it out. Hear the difference here. Занятия английским с преподавателями-носителями языка 24/7 где и когда захотите Повысьте уровень … More ´Innovative´ Diference In Pronunciation
The word “like” has a pleasant sound and has many uses in conversation. When you say that you like something, it means you enjoy it. For example, “I like coffee more than I like tea”. Like can also be used to show similarity between things: “This cola tastes like Coke Zero”. This word is also used to indicate preference: “I would like to … More How To Use ´Like´ in English
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Cómo usar: Something, Anything, Nothing….. Publicado el enero 5, 2017 por telephoneteacher Something, Anything, Nothing…. I quite often encounter some confusion in the usage of these three words; they are sometimes used in place of one another. For some clarity, here are the definitions with some examples of correct usage. Something: (sŭm′thĭng) pron. 1. An unspecified thing: ‘Did … More How to Use: Something, Anything, Nothing.
Publicado el febrero 9, 2017 por telephoneteacher By Maggie Telephone Teacher Since 2012 Maggie Who are you, and what words best describe you? When people are called upon to describe themselves, it often causes them to hesitate. The most familiar scenario whereby you will be asked to describe yourself is in a job interview, but there are other occasions, … More Empower Yourself With Adjectives
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Practice Makes Perfect! Students you need to show confidence; you can speak English. Relax, it’s OK to make mistakes that’s how you learn. English is a crazy language, there are many rules that are broken all the time, it’s just a matter of time. Practice makes perfect is a saying I like to use. Obviously, … More English is a crazy language