STUDENT · TEACHING BLOG · VOCABULARY

SUPER SENTENCES – How to learn new phrases the easy way (MAKE YOUR OWN)

How do you learn new vocabulary? See our super simple technique to learn new phrases so that you can use them in any situation, using our START method. How to learn: DOWNLOAD THIS POST IN PDF (HERE)   When starting with a new language there is a point that you will find the way you… Continue reading SUPER SENTENCES – How to learn new phrases the easy way (MAKE YOUR OWN)

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ACTIVITIES · EXAMS · SPEAKING · STUDENT

CAE (C1) PART 3: COLLABORATIVE TASK SPEAKING ACTIVITIES

CAE COLLABORATIVE TASKS The third part of the CAE exam is based on interaction with your partner. You need to focus on developing a simple, yet fluent conversation with your partner, in which, the examiner will assess your ability to “initiate and respond, develop a topic, negotiate an outcome”.   There are some simple things… Continue reading CAE (C1) PART 3: COLLABORATIVE TASK SPEAKING ACTIVITIES

VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY BOOST: KEEP

The next addition to our series on boosting vocabulary is focussed on the word KEEP. KEEP is a high frequency word in the English language and it is essential to understand its use to perfect language use. KEEP is a transitive verb that can have various meanings, among them are ´continue, stay, maintain, store, own,… Continue reading VOCABULARY BOOST: KEEP

STUDENT · VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY BOOST: HAVE

HAVE is one of the most basic words in the English language, but its use can be a little difficult as in its use as an auxiliary verb. This post will have a look at HAVE and in which situations we can use it. It will also offer a vocabulary boost with useful collocations with… Continue reading VOCABULARY BOOST: HAVE

GRAMMAR · STUDENT

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SIMILAR WORDS: YET VERSUS STILL

This post is about the differences between still and yet. We will discuss some of the simple differences between still and yet and also offer a vocabulary boost with some important phrases using yet and still. DOWNLOAD THIS POST IN PDF (HERE)   Grammar: Yet and still can have a similar meaning, but this depends… Continue reading THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SIMILAR WORDS: YET VERSUS STILL

STUDENT · VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY BOOST: TAKE

Take is the next KEY WORD in our series on boosting your vocabulary. We are going to look at TAKE in this post to clear up any doubts that you may have about its use and also to improve your vocabulary with phrasal verbs and fixed expressions:   FOR EXERCISES USING TAKE IN PDF CLICK… Continue reading VOCABULARY BOOST: TAKE

TEACHING BLOG

TIME TO STUDY: HOW TO ORGANISE YOUR LANGUAGE LEARNING

One of the most challenging aspects of learning a language can be finding the time to do so. It requires a great deal of willpower and organisation. This post is going to look at how to organize your time and to find spaces in your routine to study. The ideal thing to do is to… Continue reading TIME TO STUDY: HOW TO ORGANISE YOUR LANGUAGE LEARNING

STUDENT · VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY BOOST: MEAN

The second word in our series to boost your vocabulary is MEAN. Mean can be a tricky word because of its complexities in the English language as well as the different collocations that you need to learn. This post is aimed at resolving the doubts concerned with how to use mean: FOR FREE PDF EXERCISES… Continue reading VOCABULARY BOOST: MEAN

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PRIVACY POLICY AND TERMS

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STUDENT · VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY BOOST: GET

There are several key words in the English language that we have taken a closer look at in this blog to help language learners perfect their knowledge of vocabulary use. The first edition of this is with the use of GET. TRY OUR FREE PDF EXERCISES (HERE) GET CAN BE A CONFUSING VERB. YOU NEED… Continue reading VOCABULARY BOOST: GET