As humans, it seems as though we always want something new. Perhaps a new car, a new game, or a new skill.
In today’s lesson I’m going to look at 5 ways to express our wants. Even the more advanced speakers of English can probably admit to using the word “want” too much.
This lesson aims to improve your vocabulary for everyday situations.
I like cars. I enjoy football. We love watching TV.
These sentences are fine, but sometimes it’s good to show our stronger feelings about things.
Sometimes love isn’t enough to describe how much we like something!
Here are 4 different ways to express liking things in casual conversation.
They can be very confusing for new English learners and often, the only way to understand which one is being used is based on the context.
In this post I want to look at a couple common ones and we can learn the difference between them.
"I have much problems with English."
"I don’t have many knowledge on this topic."
Hmm those don’t sound right, do they?
This is the difference between countable and uncountable nouns. All nouns can be sorted into these groups.
English is a language with many words that sounds similar that can be easily confused.
But will this effect your English? Or… should I say affect?
In some cases, it can lead to misunderstandings between people, or at the very least they can look unprofessional in a business email.
In this video and post I’m going to look at the 5 most commonly confused words and clear things up for you.