Corporate speak. Buzzwords. The English-speaking business world is littered with business jargon – idiomatic expressions, phrasal verbs, and smart-sounding phrases that can sound like another language – not the English you’ve learned.
Say, tell, speak, and talk — what is the difference between these verbs and how can you use them correctly every time? This lesson is everything you need to use these confusing English verb pairs with confident accuracy.
Moving to a new office, a new home, or a new country? Here’s all the moving and relocation vocabulary you need to talk about your experiences.
Use these English idioms to express your feelings. Idioms add creativity and nuance so you can express yourself precisely.
Learn and use these English phrasal verbs for travel when you are planning your next trip, organizing transportation, exploring on your vacation, and more. Plus, get easy-to-follow example sentences so you know exactly how to use these phrasal verbs.
How do you describe the indescribable feelings of profound shock, worry, anxiety, or grief in English? If you’re struggling with how to put words to your experiences and express strong feelings in English, this lesson will help.
Gain confidence with advanced-level vocabulary used in conversations on self-love including English collocations, idioms, phrasal verbs. and more. Plus tips on how to be intentional in your self-love practice.
Get ready to cheer for your favorite athlete during the Olympics or talk about the World Cup Final with common English idioms, phrasal verbs, and more.
Recommend vs. suggest are both used to give advice but using them correctly can be a challenge due to specific grammatical structures. Not anymore.
A gratitude practice leads to feeling more positive & an improved sense of well-being. Use these 6 must-have phrases to express gratitude in English.