Weekeend is coming, let’s start counting! Whether you plan to go out for a lunch with friends or colleagues, or have a dinner in the restaurant, it’s always worth to revise expressions related with that topic. Here are some useful expressions for ordering meals in the restaurant and dealing with problems with meals: WHAT YOU […]
Silent letters are letters that you can’t hear when you say the word, but that are there when you write the word. Silent letters can distinguish between homophones, e.g. in/inn; be/bee; lent/leant. This is an aid to readers already familiar with both words. Silent letters may give an insight into the meaning or origin of […]
GRAMMAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE BORING! Have you ever wondered how it would be if you were born a boy or a girl? This is a great song to practise especially conditionals, but not only. You can also learn a few useful, interesting expressions and words while listening and later singing this song. Today […]
Whether teaching English to children or adults, using songs in the English language classroom enriches our English lessons,making English learning a natural as well as an enjoyable and valuable experience for our students. What makes music such a great teaching tool? It is known to have broad psychological benefits and it relaxes students. It connects […]
Phrasal verbs are usually two-word phrases consisting of verb + adverb or verb + preposition. Think of them as you would about any other English vocabulary. Study them as you come across them, in the context, rather than trying to memorize many at once. These phrasal verbs will help you sound like native- speakers, both […]
Blended learning acknowledges that we now live in a digital age and the ways in which we work, socialise and learn are changing. People are now used to receiving a continuous stream of digital information at a fast pace and incorporating it into their daily working and social lives – so why should the classroom […]
These words sound the same, but are spelled differently and have a different meaning!
We are currently having a heatwave like nothing since the 1970’s! What is the weather like where you are? If it’s very hot, here’s what you could say… It’s sweltering! It’s boiling hot! We’re having a heatwave! It’s like a furnace/oven outside! It’s so hot you can fry an egg on the pavement! It’s scorching!
Learning English irregular verbs doesn’t have to be a nightmare any more – It can be fun and easy with us!:) We have plenty of interesting exercises for you to master irregular verbs. Let’s Learn English E-Learning Platform offers thousands of interesting articles for all levels with fully interactive exercises, videos, audio and gradebook to […]
Nobody likes getting lost – especially in a strange country where you don’t speak the language well! These two small helpful tables will make sure you can ask for directions in English – and also help other people by giving them directions. Enjoy your trip! Asking for Directions Could you tell me how to get […]