Discover all the vocabulary you need to describe a typical English weddingContinue reading Use English wedding vocabulary like a pro!
5 useful phrases to use when you want to give advice on the best places to visit!Continue reading How to recommend a place in English
Use this natural vocabulary when you need to borrow some money from a friend!Continue reading “Can I borrow a fiver?”
Use this great (and natural) vocabulary to talk about the weather in English! Continue reading How to talk about the weather in English
4 great compliments for starting English conversations!Continue reading How to give somebody a compliment in English
A really useful expression for talking about the outcome of an experienceContinue reading “It was worth it!”
Such a great English phrase to use when you’re talking about future plansContinue reading “I’m looking forward to…”
A handy list of useful websites and ideas to help you improve your English!Continue reading Using online English resources
Try this singing challenge to work on your pronunciation!Continue reading Singing along to improve your English pronunciation
Great vocabulary for finding your way around an English-speaking city!Continue reading How to ask for directions in an English-speaking city
5 natural English phrases you can use when you want to pay for somebody’s drink!Continue reading How to buy somebody a drink in an English pub or café
What to say to your friends when you want to skip the party and stay in bed with a cuppa!Continue reading How to ‘pull a sickie’ in English
Make 2018 the year you improve your English!Continue reading Keeping your new year’s resolution to improve your English
Learn the 5 best things to say when you are a guest in an English house!Continue reading How to be a good English guest
Find out which type of English learner you are to speed up the learning processContinue reading What’s the best way to learn English?
How being brave can improve your EnglishContinue reading Jumping into English learning!
A brilliant little phrase for giving advice!Continue reading “It can’t hurt!”
5 English ways to say that you feel illContinue reading How to say you feel ill in English
A realistic approach to help you improve your English and feel positive about the process!Continue reading Setting realistic goals to improve your English
Would you like to use this English expression in a natural way? Have a look at my examples and improve your English vocabularyContinue reading “Beggars can’t be choosers!”
A great way to describe upsetting situations you can’t forget about Continue reading “Hold a grudge”
A nice way to talk about your impressions of a new country or place using comparative languageContinue reading How to make comparisons in English
How listening to songs can improve your EnglishContinue reading Using songs to improve your English
A great expression to describe a good or bad experience Continue reading “The icing on the cake!”