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 […]


20 Slang Phrases that have Originated from Social Media

April 25, 2017
25 April 2017,
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The most hilarious and often questionable slang phrases of our time have stemmed from social media. Social media phrases and words are constantly changing, adapting, and transforming along with our society. Some slang phrases and words have obvious meanings and some are confusing no matter how familiar you are with social media! Read the following and see how many social […]


Using English for Business Emails or Publications? Watch out for these 32 Confusing Words!

March 22, 2017
22 March 2017,
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Learning a new language is always a challenge; however, one of the most challenging things about English is that there are so many words that sound similar, but have different meanings. Even advanced English students get puzzled with some words. But don’t feel intimidated! Below are explanations and definitions for commonly confused words. If you are using English for business, […]


37 Words that Confuse even Advanced English Language Learners

March 14, 2017
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English can be tricky. So tricky in fact, that many native English speakers still get certain words confused with other similar words. Some words have the exact same spelling but mean different things. Some words have completely different spellings but sound the same. Don’t be discouraged if you find yourself confused and slightly agitated at the complexity of the English […]


15 Prepositions that Confuse even Advanced English Language Learners

November 12, 2016
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Prepositions connect nouns or pronouns to the rest of a sentence. As they serve a particular purpose, it is important to use them correctly or the meaning of your sentence can be altered. For example, “I went to the dentist” is different from “I went by the dentist.” The first implies that you had your teeth cleaned, the second that […]