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 […]
5 Most Common English Idioms and Their Meanings Explained in a Very Funny Way An idiom is a group of words in a fixed order that have a particular meaning that is different from the literal meaning of each word on its own. For example, an English speaker would understand the phrase “to rain cats […]
Here ‘s an inspiring reading exercise for students at A2-B1 level. Rock bands wear them. Your parents and grandparents wear them. You wear them. Some of them are hard-wearing. They are the most popular item of clothing in the universe. Why? They’re comfortable, they’re stylish – they’re jeans. The story of jeans goes back to […]
BACK TO SCHOOL! Are you starting work with a new class this term? Try these 5 awesome ice-breakers 1) Name Chain Games The best way to learn and retain student names is to do a name chain game to start off the class. You can use various specifics to fit the needs of your particular […]
Perhaps sometimes you don’t know whether to say “I work as an engineer”, “I am working as an engineer” or “I have been working as an engineer”. These tables will help you understand and master all English present tenses! Simple Present Time expressions: Every day, week, month, year… always, sometimes, usually, rarely, seldom, never, on […]