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Are you using Reflexive Pronouns correctly?

HOW PRONOUNS ARE USED NORMALLY: Samantha is talking to her (Juliet) -->>Samantha is the 'doer of action (subject)' -->>her/ Juliet is the 'receiver of action(object)' i.e. some other person HOW REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS ARE USED: Maria looks at herself in the mirror for...

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Learn 10 French Phrases Commonly Used in English (& Risk Sounding Chic!)

You must've already heard or seen these phrases that have seamlessly crossed over to the English language, making it sound richer, more chic! Yes there's a more sophisticated way of saying 'the best of the best' and an apt way of describing something pleasing that 'cannot be described'! Let's...

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9 Phrasal Verbs with “GET” that you will definitely use in your everyday life

1. get away with something meaning: do without being noticed or punished example: 3 year old Tom gets away with all his tantrums because his parents are very lenient 2. get on something meaning: step onto a vehicle example: In the movie "Home Alone 2”, Kevin mistakenly gets on a...

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How to learn English through song lyrics (& 10 ridiculously beautiful songs you'll love!)

You already listen to English songs to elevate your mood, de-stress after a long day and maybe to dance too. Why not use this soothing method to elevate your English too? You might want to ask yourself, “how can I use songs to improve my English language?” Well, the answer is simple, the process...

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​Small Talk at Work like a Pro: Tips & phrases when English is your Second Language

Imagine entering a meeting room, but instead of all six invitees, you’re just the second person to arrive. Now, there are only the two of you and you need to wait for the other four people to turn up before you can even start the meeting. It's an uncomfortable moment where your first instinct is...

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​10 Steps to Skyrocket your Listening Skills with Short Videos (+7 video recommendations)

So you’re in a meeting with one sharply dressed gentleman with the legendary Australian drawl, one dapper young Gen Z’er from Texas and a delightful young lady with a super thick accent from South India. And while you’re trying your best to understand the details of what’s being said (at least...

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Kids, kid's or kids'? How to correctly use the apostrophe!

Let's talk apostrophes! This is a common error that even your text replacement might miss! So let's quickly see the rule and do some exercises to make sure we have understood correctly! Here's the general rule: 👉 KIDS: for example: There are 4 kids in the classroom. It indicates form plural...

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What's the difference between 'them' and 'us'? Use your pronouns correctly!

Let's talk 'Subject' and 'Object' pronouns! It's very common for students to mix up 'he' with 'him' or 'they' with 'them', you may be doing it unknowingly too! So here's a short lesson to fix that ASAP. Here are some subject pronouns: i.e. when the pronoun is the subject of the sentence:...

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What's the difference between exciting & excited? Let's learn & do some exercises!

Choose the correct answer: 1. The movie was ________(boring/bored). 2. The massage in the spa was ________ (relaxing/relaxed). 3. I was __________ (satisfying/satisfied) with the feedback. [Answers: 1. boring 2. relaxing 3. satisfied] If you're confused about when to use adjectives ending...

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Watch & Learn: Why is Norway full of Teslas?

Imagine if you could listen to a real world video and see an instant boost in your listening skills & vocabulary? Not just a boring, tedious video, but a great one with amazing visuals, host, and a really interesting topic that you will ending up talking about with your friends? Well, let’s...

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