Category: Vocabulary

Winter Holidays Around The World

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Winter Holidays Around the World – Culture and Vocabulary Lesson Holidays are special days for the people of one nation or culture, which are set aside by the law or

Person, persons or people?

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Person, persons or people? Grammar > Person, persons or people? We use person in the singular to refer to any human being: Joel is such a nice person. She’s a person I have a lot of respect for. Persons (plural) is a very formal word.

While/Whilst, When, Whereas

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QUITE – a degree adverb

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QUITE - meanings and usage Quite Grammar > Degree adverbs > Quite Quite is a degree adverb. It has two meanings depending on the word that follows it: ‘a little, moderately but

Distances and Dimensions – Vocabulary

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In this blog post, you are going to learn all about words we use to talk about distances and dimensions to help you expand your vocabulary.

7 Tips for Learning English Vocabulary

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7 Tips for Learning English Vocabulary - Read whenever possible. Write down new words. Vocally practise new words. Visually remembering words. Play word games online and look up the meanings of new

Collocations Quiz

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Collocations Quiz - This quiz tests what you learned in the previous blog posts.

Advanced Collocations

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The further information on this page may be of interest to advanced students and teachers. The “father” of collocation is usually considered to be J.R. Firth, a British linguist who

Common Collocations

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In this blog post, you can find a few shortlists of common collocations to give you more of an idea about them.

Collocations 1

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Why learn collocations? Your language will be more natural and more easily understood. You will have alternative and richer ways of expressing yourself. It is easier for our brains to remember and