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5 Apps to Improve English Vocabulary

Apps to Improve Vocabulary

Improve your Vocabulary Learning vocabulary is crucial to speak a new language, you don’t need to learn thousands of words before your first attempt to speak. Actually you can communicate in the early stages of language learning if you are learning with the right teachers. Having said that, you also need to work on a … Read more5 Apps to Improve English Vocabulary

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Soccer Vocabulary in English

Soccer Vocabulary in English

Environmental Pollution Vocabulary and Questions

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Causes, Effects, and Prevention of Environmental Pollution – Worksheet

Learn English: Get + Adjective Expressions

Expressions with Get

Here are the 25 most useful Get + Adjective Expressions with examples. Do you ever get angry? What do you do when you get sick? Check the post for more

Vocabulary: Parts of the Body in English

This a detailed list of the Parts of the Body in English and Spanish. Keep visiting Englishpost.org for more information and teaching ideas.

10 Excellent Ways to Improve your Vocabulary

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Improve your Vocabulary Sometimes it is hard to remember how not knowing many words in English feels like but one thing that I  do remember is that the more words that I knew, the more I could understand spoken English. That thought make me do a lot of things to learn new words. These are some … Read more10 Excellent Ways to Improve your Vocabulary

Christmas Vocabulary: 50 Words that You Should know for the Holidays

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Christmas is around the corner so that means presents, trees and lights. Have a look at this list for the holidays.

The 60 Most Useful Idioms

Most Useful Idioms

An Idiom is a group of words in a fixed order that have a particular meaning that is different from the meanings of each word on its own. These are the Most Useful idioms in English 1.Beat around the bush: It is usedwhen you avoid the main topic. 2.Cry over spilt milk: It is usedwhen you complain about a loss from the past. 3.Take with a grain … Read moreThe 60 Most Useful Idioms