6 Advanced Grammar Concepts that Confuse most ESL Students

September 12, 2017
12 September 2017,
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Learning to write grammar can be confusing and also difficult to remember but with plenty of practice these grammar rules can be learnt.  ESL students will be helped by having a teacher to help with grammar both for speaking and for writing.  A teacher will give plenty of encouragement to ESL students and this will make the student feel more […]


The Ultimate Guide to Phrasal Verbs – Advanced Vocabulary Lesson

August 16, 2017
16 August 2017,
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The definition of a phrasal verb is a phrase, which is made up of a verb and either a preposition and/or an adverb.  An adverb is used to describe a verb.  A preposition relates to a noun and often precedes the noun in the sentence. Preposition words include the following: on, by, above, next to, below, beside.  A verb is […]


Words that American English Speakers Pronounce Differently than the Rest of the World

August 14, 2017
14 August 2017,
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There are big differences between the way American English speakers pronounce words compared to either Britain or Australia speakers – all of which are English-speaking countries.  If you learnt English at school as a second language you probably will have been taught British English.  General English pronunciation is used the most on American major television programs and is more commonly […]


How to use Modal Verbs correctly? 18 Examples

June 29, 2017
29 June 2017,
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Verbs are an important part of the English language. There are regular verbs, helping verbs, linking verbs… The list is pretty long. But have you ever heard of modal verbs? This kind of verb isn’t always spoken about. Many native English speakers may not even know the definition of a modal verb. But these verbs are actually extremely important in […]


Advanced English Tutorial : 24 Prepositions That Confuse Even Native Speakers

May 5, 2017
5 May 2017,
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There are approximately 150 prepositions in the English language. Some are used very frequently (with, at, from, about), while others are used less frequently. However, with only around 150 prepositions, it’s important to understand how to use them all! For greater English mastery, review this list of 24 uncommon prepositions and what they mean! Advanced English Tutorial : 24 Prepositions […]



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