Trying to make a decision? When you discuss differences in English conversation, linking words of contrast help you to speak with clarity and with an easy-to-follow structure.
Use these linking words to quickly compare in English. Perfect for highlighting similarities between job offers, mobile phone plans, gym memberships, online courses, skin care products, and more.
Between vs. among are easily confused for good reason. Sometimes you can use either one and both are right. Other times you need to make a choice.
Do you really need adverbs such as apparently, obviously, or presumably? That depends. When used correctly, they add precision, nuance, and depth to your speech.
#281: The Present Perfect for Talking About Experiences [+ Ever, Never, Before, Yet, Already, So Far]
English speakers typically use the present perfect for talking about experiences – career experience, travel experience, relationship experience, life experience, and so on. Here’s how you can use it using key words such as ever, never, before, yet, already, and so far.
Because of and due to are often used interchangeably. But should the be? Learn the distinct differences between because of vs due to for accuracy.
How and why should you use could have, would have, and should have (perfect modals in English)? They help us express emotions, regrets, and more.
Six common examples of how & when to use the past continuous tense. For example, giving context to a story or indicating a change of mind.
Learn the precise differences between used to + get/be used to so you get them right every time without worry or confusion.
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.