Expand your English Vocabulary with These 5 Word Families

December 7, 2015
7 December 2015,
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Expanding your vocabulary with new words, phrases, idioms and slang is an extremely important part of learning English. Think of all the times you have got “stuck” in the middle of a conversation because you could not find the right word to say. The best way to avoid this  is to add new words to your vocabulary continuously. The more […]


The Ultimate TOEFL Vocabulary Guide – Part 1

September 25, 2015
25 September 2015,
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Want to score high in TOEFL Vocabulary? Yes, we can help. Language exams such as TOEFL, IELTS, GRE and GMAT are designed to test English language proficiency, both in understanding and expression.  Lot of students consider the vocabulary sections in these exams as a challenge because of the way they study – most students study for these sections by cramming […]


5 books any English learner who wants to be an advanced English speaker should read

March 12, 2015
12 March 2015,
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Reading is an excellent way to consolidate one’s current knowledge of the English language and further develop one’s vocabulary to become an advanced English speaker. Reading teaches grammar and syntax as well as introducing new words within a relevant context. Below is a list of five books recommended for improving English language skills and becoming an advanced English speaker.


5 Must-Know American Sports Idioms For Non Native English Speakers

May 21, 2013
21 May 2013,
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Idioms and slang are perhaps one of the most challenging areas for non native English speakers to learn. Idioms and slang have culturally embedded meanings that most non native speakers are not aware of. Sports is an integral part of American culture, so it is not at all surprising that American English has a rich haul of sports idioms.