Use more powerful and precise ways to talk about feeling happy, sad, tired, confused, angry or ‘all the feels’ in English. Get 23 collocations, idioms, and synonyms including blissfully happy, to feel prickly, to have a heavy heart, and more.
Using synonyms adds excitement and variety to your English. Plus, you can precisely choose the word you want to best express yourself. For example, using the word amazed vs. flabbergasted. Both mean ‘surprised’ but there’s a slight difference in meaning and use.
By expressing doubt and uncertainty, you’ll get the clarity you need so that you can make the right decision, help others take action, and move forward with confidence. Use these 11 phrases and idioms to get started.
Boost your vocabulary and express yourself precisely with BETTER ways to say “I’m busy” in English. Learn 14 powerful adjectives, collocations, idioms, and phrasal verbs to use instead.
Learn to effectively discuss self-care in English with common phrasal verbs, idioms, and collocations on developing a self-care practice and its benefits.
Learn to effectively discuss the pros and cons in English, whether you need to make an important decision or you want to share you thoughts on a political issue.
Add 20 advanced-level words and expressions to your English vocabulary so you can successfully talk about politics and elections where you live.
Sheer guts, utter crap, brand new, blatant stupidness. Intensifying adjectives are a wonderful way to speak with impact in English and the best way to learn them is with collocations.
Learn to talk about future hopes in English without using the word ‘hope.’ Instead, use advanced level English grammar to express nuance in your meaning. Nuance creates more variety and personality when you speak so you can say precisely what you want.
English collocations are the words that native English speakers combine naturally. Like ‘make new friends’ (not ‘create new friends’). Learn 25 English collocations with the word stay to sound more natural and fluent in your English conversation.