Language changes and evolves year after year and for the non-native speaker it can be hard to keep up with but there are some examples of natural, or idiomatic, English that have endured. Here we take a look at some of the more popular idioms, what they mean and where they’re from. Continue reading “Eleven Popular English Idioms And What They Mean”
Language students across the world ask the same question: why is English so hard to learn? The answer is that, for many students, English is hard to learn because it involves memorizing a whole new alphabet, grammatical structure and set of rules. Continue reading “Is English The Hardest Language To Learn?”
To truly get the message across to your reader – the professor – your essay has to have brilliant wording. You could make a great point but if you say it poorly, your grade won’t be as good as you hoped for. There are some good words to use in essays that could make all the difference.
Here are some of those essay words. Continue reading “Top Helpful Words to Use in an Essay”
There are many confusing things in English language but nothing is as confusing as homophones. Continue reading “What Are The Most Commonly Confused English Words? Homophones.”