Use idiomatic expressions to describe personalities in English, like ‘she’s a real lone wolf’ or ‘he’s a go-getter.’ Get 8 idioms you can add to your daily English and understand native speakers more easily.
Do you search for the right words when you explain what you think in English? Wish you had more vocabulary to do that easily in English? Good news. English collocations about what you think can help you do that!
Eight of my favorite English body idioms. You’ll learn exactly what they mean, examples for how to use them in daily conversation, and practice as well.
Is it normal to say OMG or FYI in English conversation? Yes! Here’s how to use abbreviations like a native English speaker.
You might be surprised how native speakers give and get directions in English. In this lesson, get the real language that textbooks don’t tell you about so you can easily understand and give directions.
If you’re not feeling well, how can you talk about it with a doctor? And what should you say to your boss if you can’t go to work? Find out how to talk about feeling sick in English.
Searching for the word you need or forgetting an important expression is a terrible feeling when you’re speaking. Get 3 simple strategies to help you find the right word or continue the conversation when you feel stuck in English.
In this Confident English lesson, I answer a question I received by email on how to talk about winter weather and the winter season in English, particularly some of the positive parts like winter sports or how beautiful the world looks after some snow. Join me for the full lesson.
Did you set a fitness goal or sign up to run a marathon at the start of 2018? If so, get advanced vocabulary & conversation starters to talk about getting fit and exercising at the gym in English.
Curious about the Thanksgiving holiday? Get essential English vocabulary for Thanksgiving and its traditions so you’re ready to celebrate.