Tired of using the same old phrases to say ‘I’m annoyed’ in English? In this Confident English lesson, you’ll have a variety of rich expressions to say you’re feeling annoyed in English.
In job interviews and business meetings, you’ll need to talk about your experience in English. These common collocations are essential vocabulary for highlighting your past experience.
Linking words are a crucial component of fluent and cohesive English communication. They help to connect ideas, show relationships between sentences, and create a logical flow of thought.
Struggling with burnout? Get essential vocabulary for English conversations on burnout so you can regain balance and feel less stressed.
Like idioms, English euphemisms are figurative in meaning. We use them to soften uncomfortable topics, such as aging. In this lesson, you’ll learn 20 common euphemisms to describe people and aging.
Collocations are a smart way to boost your English vocabulary & fluency. Discover what collocations are + learn common English collocations with think.
Every year International Women’s Day has a new theme. This year’s is #EmbraceEquity. Here’s what equity means and how you can talk about it in English.
To better express your ideas in English, here are 18 English phrasal verbs often used in idea-generation conversations including to zero in on, to take in, and more.
Elicit vs Illicit. Ensure vs Insure. PREsent vs. PreSENT. Get clarity on the meaning and pronunciation of commonly confused words & word pairs.
When sharing get-well wishes, it’s common to send a personal note or even make a phone call. But what should you say in your get-well wishes in English to sound genuine rather than cliché?