Question tags are regularly used by English speakers in conversations to check information, confirm assumptions, emphasize beliefs, and even insert humor.
Enjoy easy, relaxed social small talk in English with 4 questions types. Whether you want to get to know a new neighbor or someone in a book club, use these questions to help.
When ‘pretty’ is used as an adverb, the meaning changes. Not only that, but it can have opposite meanings. Sometimes ‘pretty’ can intensify; other times it weakens. Learn 4 ways to accurately use pretty as an adverb.
Using the English modal verb ‘might’ correctly can add layers of meaning to your sentence. Plus, it indicates an advanced level of knowledge and ability in your English grammar.
Feelings can be messy and are not always easy to name. What can you say when you’re not sure how you feel or when it’s complicated? This lesson will help.
Did you know there are 4 ways to talk about the future in English and only 1 of them uses the word ‘will?’ In this lesson, learn how to talk about the future in English, including which grammar tense or structure to use.
My job interview next week is important *to* me (or *for* me)? Feel confused by prepositions to and for in English? You’re not alone. Learn exactly how & when to use these prepositions correctly.
Learn to correctly pronounce 25 common contractions and understand them in English conversation. Plus, learn when & why you should use them in English conversation.
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.