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.
How can you best express your support for a friend’s idea, opinion, or decision? You could say, “I support you.” But there are better ways to say this.
Did you know ‘should’ can be used to offer advice & recommendations, express regret, share expectations, and more? In this Confident English lesson, you’ll learn advanced English grammar structures to use ‘should’ for a variety of purposes and do it correctly every time.
What’s the best way to learn English vocabulary? How can I learn more words? In this video, you’ll get 5 tips to increase English vocabulary with advanced-level words.
Sharpen your English skills for work with these 10 new phrasal verbs for business English. They’re perfect for business meetings and conversations with coworkers. With each phrasal verb, you’ll get multiple examples so you know exactly how to use it.
Excited or exciting? Bored or boring? If you feel frustrated with these confusing adjectives in English, you’re not alone. But I’ve got an easy fix so you always use the right word.
Using word stress in English correctly is essential for clear, natural-sounding pronunciation in English. Learn what it is and how to use it easily.
Avoid common mistakes and learn how to use the present perfect in English correctly — every time. Understand when and how to use it, plus all the examples you need.
Learn the RIGHT way to ask questions in English for clear communication using intonation. Plus one intonation pattern NOT to use (if you want to sound confident).
Ready to improve your English pronunciation? In this special interview, I chat with Foster — a pronunciation expert and the founder of Inglês Nu E Cru.