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1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Learn English – 5 ‘KEEP’ Idioms

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
Writing Letters: formal & informal English

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  IELTS  •  writing
Formal & Informal English

English resource  •  vocabulary  •  writing
6 ways to fix your bad English

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  tips
English Grammar – Prepositions to say where you live: AT, ON, IN

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking
10 GET Phrasal Verbs: get down, get off, get through, get up, get away…

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
What books should I read to improve my English?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
What the hell is Halloween?

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
The secret to remembering vocabulary

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Improve your social skills with Bar English!!!

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Bad Manners: What NOT to say or do (Polite English)

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  tips
3 tips for sounding like a native speaker

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  pronunciation
Conversation Skills – Giving your opinion

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  speaking
English Grammar – 6 Ways to Use Gerunds

3-Advanced  •  grammar
Pronunciation – Silent T: often, listen, castle…

2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation
5 conversation phrasal verbs you need to know

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
Good Manners: What to Say and Do (Polite English)

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  tips
IELTS & TOEFL Writing Task 2 – The Introduction

3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  writing
How to write a basic paragraph

1-Beginner  •  writing
5 Common English Learner Mistakes

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
10 Weather Expressions in English

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Basic English vocabulary for restaurants

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – How to use “so” and “neither”

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
English Vocabulary: 12 Internet words

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
OLD SCHOOL Vocabulary… too formal!

1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Grammar: When to use “bad” and “badly” in English

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Grammar: Past Simple Time Markers

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  writing
3 tricks for learning English – prepositions, vocabulary, structure

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
Improve your English with the “Magic of 3″

3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  tips  •  writing
Comparing: funner & faster or more fun & more fast?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Pronunciation – V & W

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
4 Phrasal Verbs with PUT – put up, put on, put away, put together

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
10 WORK Expressions in English

1-Beginner  •  expressions
Learn English – What are prefixes?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
10 ways to say “I don’t know” in English

2-Intermediate  •  speaking
8 ‘head’ phrasal verbs – head up, head out, head off…

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – In the bedroom…

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
How to use ‘too’ and ‘enough’ in English

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
IELTS & TOEFL – How to give your opinion

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  IELTS  •  speaking  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Learn English – What do you do for fun?

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking
Speaking English – How to use idiomatic pairs

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Alex thanks YOU

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
6 confusing words – small & little, big & large, tall & high

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Going to the dentist

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
5 Common Idioms with ‘OUT’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
How to write numbers in English – 6 common mistakes

3-Advanced  •  pronunciation  •  writing
“OUT” Phrasal Verbs – Business English

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
How to give a presentation in English

3-Advanced  •  business english  •  speaking
Writing Skills: The Paragraph

3-Advanced  •  writing
When NOT to use ‘to’ in English – Grammar

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
3 ways to use ‘as long as’ – English Grammar

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
IELTS Speaking Task 3 – How to get a high score

3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  speaking
Basic shopping vocabulary in English

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – How to use “unless”

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Basic English Vocabulary – GET

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Improve your conversation skills with WH questions

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  tips
When to use ‘good’ and ‘well’ – English Vocabulary

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Grammar – REMEMBER & FORGET – gerunds & infinitives

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Work out your English!

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
6 idioms about TALKING

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
How to increase your vocabulary

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  tips  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary
Pronunciation – N, KN

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Spelling – Rules for Third Person ‘S’

1-Beginner  •  writing
IELTS Speaking Task 2 – How to succeed

3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  speaking
“OFF” Phrasal Verbs – Business English

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
How to change Basic English into Business English

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary
Writing – Transitions – THEREFORE, THUS, CONSEQUENTLY

3-Advanced  •  writing
Money slang in English $$$

1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary
How to use START and BEGIN in English (Vocabulary)

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – ABOUT, ABOUT TO, NOT ABOUT TO

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – DEAL expressions – “big deal”, “deal with it”…

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
How to discuss a topic in a group

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  expressions  •  speaking
Learn English – ALL or WHOLE?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Basic English Grammar – TOO MUCH, TOO MANY, A LOT OF

1-Beginner  •  grammar
5 Native English Speaker Mistakes

3-Advanced  •  grammar
IELTS Speaking Task 1 – How to get a high score

3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  tips
Vocabulary: ONLY, JUST, BARELY, MERELY

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
“AT ALL!” – How to make a strong point in English!

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Basic English Vocabulary – SEEM

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Slang in English – CHILL – “chill out”, “let’s chill”…

1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary
5 Phrasal Verbs with GET – get up, get along, get ahead, get by…

2-Intermediate
English Grammar – “try to do” or “try doing”?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Vocabulary – REMEMBER, RECALL, REMIND

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
5 ways to say YES in English!

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – UNLESS & IF NOT – negative conditional

3-Advanced  •  grammar
Pronunciation – QU

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Learn English with 5 Jokes

3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Vocabulary – Beside & Besides

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Phrasal verbs – OFF – make off, get off, pull off…

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Introduction to the TOEIC

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  TOEIC
English Grammar – comparing with LIKE & AS

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
How to change a verb into a noun!

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Writing – Passive verbs with ‘that’ clauses – “It is thought that…”

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  writing
IELTS & TOEFL Vocabulary – Technology

2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Alright or All right?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Polite English: How to offer help

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  speaking
Writing – Transitions – in addition, moreover, furthermore, another

3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  writing
Pronunciation – words ending with X, T, CK

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  pronunciation
English Vocabulary – CATS & DOGS

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Between or Among?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Pronunciation Tricks – The Magic E

2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation
Basic English Grammar – Find the 5 mistakes!

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  tips
Everyday or every day?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Basic MATH vocabulary in English

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Verbs Followed by Gerunds and Infinitives

English resource  •  grammar
10 common verbs followed by gerunds

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
6 tips for dealing with speaking anxiety

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  tips
A WHILE or AWHILE?

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Speaking English: The easy way to ask questions

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  tips
‘Knock’ in Phrasal Verbs – knock out, knock up, knock over…

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
6 Confusing Words: fun & funny, famous & popular, surprise & shock

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Advanced English Grammar – Adjective Clauses + Quantifiers

3-Advanced  •  grammar
13 BOOK Expressions in English

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
4 ways to understand more in English

3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  tips
English Grammar Tricks – Countable & Uncountable Nouns

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – ACTUALLY

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
100 Common Job Interview Questions

English resource  •  business english  •  tips
How to pronounce ‘H’ in English — not ‘A’ or ‘R’!

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Less or Fewer?

3-Advanced  •  grammar
Speaking English – Going to the hairdresser

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
“I seen it” and other stupid mistakes

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  tips
Basic English Grammar – Can you find the errors?

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  tips
English Grammar – “I wish…” – Subjunctive

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Tenses in English – Future or Present Continuous?

3-Advanced  •  grammar
10 common verbs followed by infinitives

1-Beginner  •  grammar
5 tips to improve your writing

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  TOEFL  •  writing
TOO and SO: How to use them properly

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Conversational English – How to Generalize

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Vocabulary – though, although, even though, despite, in spite of

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Vowel Pronunciation – A & O

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Farther or Further?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
“I stopped smoking” or “I stopped to smoke”?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary Pyramid – VENT – adventure, convenient, eventually…

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Conversational English – Adjective Pairs – “Short and sweet”, etc.

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Vocabulary – LIVE, LIFE, ALIVE, LIVING

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
How to Remember Vocabulary

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips  •  vocabulary
When to use ‘THE’ with country names

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
When to use ‘the’ with country names (+ lakes, rivers, and more)

English resource  •  vocabulary  •  writing
How to talk about children: Common Expressions

2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  speaking  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Assume or Presume?

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
Conversational English – Asking “How about…?”

2-Intermediate  •  speaking
Writing – How to use ETC., AND SO ON, …

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Vowel Pronunciation – u (uh/oo)

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation
When to use ‘THE’ with names of seas, oceans, and rivers

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
5 useful email expressions

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  writing
Reading skills that work – for tests and in class

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
Conversation Skills – The secret to successful socializing

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  tips
Speaking English – TOO MUCH, ENOUGH, NOT ENOUGH

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Bad Habits

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Pronunciation – TH – through, weather, lethal, breath, breathe

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Then or Than?

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary  •  writing
How to talk about sports in English

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Conversational English – How to make polite requests

1-Beginner  •  speaking
Vocabulary – WARRANTY, GUARANTEE, REBATE, EXCHANGE, CREDIT

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Conversation Skills – Learn new words and keep a conversation going!

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Yes/No questions for advanced English students

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  speaking
8 things NOT to say to women

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  slang  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
James’s 100th Birthday Party!!!

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Discussing Advantages & Disadvantages

3-Advanced  •  business english  •  vocabulary
Vocabulary – sometimes, sometime, some time, always, all ways

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Talking about your age

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – WORTH

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
A lot, alot, lots, allot

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Clean yourself!!!

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Basic English Grammar – Using “to be” to describe your life

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking
Phrasal Verbs As Nouns

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Basic English Grammar – Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Adjective & Preposition Combinations (English Grammar)

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Pronunciation – DU – education, schedule, individual, procedure…

2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation
Master English with these 5 questions!

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
Conversational English – What are Embedded Questions?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
EITHER, NEITHER, SO, TOO – How to agree and disagree in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Vocabulary – Renting an Apartment

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Common Mistakes: SOON, EARLY, QUICK, FAST

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary & Slang to talk about AGE: retro, dated, antique, old school

2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Vocabulary – Immigrate, Emigrate, Migrate

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
AGO & FROM NOW – Talking about time in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Conversational English – So & Such

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
The Passive: When, why, and how to use it

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  writing
Superlative Adjectives – biggest, best, most beautiful, etc.

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Common Mistakes: SHADE or SHADOW?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Possessive Gerunds

3-Advanced  •  grammar
Pronunciation – TU – culture, lecture, actually, fortune…

2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation
What are the senses in English?

3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Polite English – How to give advice

3-Advanced  •  business english  •  speaking
Vocabulary – OTHER, ANOTHER, OTHERS, THE OTHER, OTHERWISE

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – How to count syllables

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  speaking
5 great ways to improve your English!

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  tips
Irregular Plural Nouns

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  vocabulary
Grammar Mistakes – GROW or GROW UP?

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
-ING or -ED? Adjective endings in English

3-Advanced  •  grammar
Using identical pairs to emphasize your point

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
How to talk about your friends in English

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
6 words with meanings that will surprise you

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Quick Slang – Talking about being excited!

2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Grammar Mistakes – LIE or LAY?

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
How does stress change the meaning of a sentence?

2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  tips
7 Common School Expressions in English

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Past Simple & Present Perfect

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  grammar
Vocabulary – going to the beach

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Listening Comprehension for Beginners – “under the weather”

1-Beginner  •  comprehension
Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers – FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH…

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  pronunciation
Gender-inclusive Language – How to avoid sexism

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  tips  •  vocabulary  •  writing
3 common conversation mistakes

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  tips
Prepositions – Arrive AT, ON, or IN?

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Rude slang for body parts

2-Intermediate  •  slang
University degrees in North America

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
6 Simple Phrasal Verbs

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Vocabulary – The Olympics

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Slang & Vocabulary in English – BLOW

2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Pregnancy & Having a Baby

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
A, AN, THE – Articles in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Vocabulary – afraid, afraid of, scared of, fear

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Writing – When to use commas with AND, BUT, OR, FOR, SO, YET…

3-Advanced  •  writing
Grammar Mistakes – RISE or RAISE?

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
3 ways to use adverbs

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
4 Grammar Mistakes: MYSELF, YOURSELF & Other Reflexive Pronouns

3-Advanced  •  grammar
Pronunciation – R

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
6 Dog Idioms in English

1-Beginner  •  expressions
English Vocabulary – Assure, Ensure, Insure

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary
3 rules for improving your English immediately

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
Conversational English – Short, easy questions

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking
British & American English: Food Vocabulary

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
Listening Comprehension – Learn English with dirty jokes

3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Internet Vocabulary

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Prepositions in English – OF

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
5 common mistakes in spoken English

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Past Perfect Tense

3-Advanced  •  grammar
How to improve your listening in English

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  tips
Conditionals – second & third conditionals (English Grammar)

3-Advanced  •  grammar
SAY & TELL – Reported Speech

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Using the PASSIVE voice in English to avoid responsibility

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  grammar
Slang in English – SUCK

2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary
“Sorry!” – 5 ways to apologize in English

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Conditionals – zero & first conditionals (English Grammar)

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
How to use the word ABOVE in English

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Sort of/Kind of

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Writing in English – Comma Splices

3-Advanced  •  writing
The Top 3 English words you need to know – MAKE

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  tips
Knowing English can save you money!

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Past Simple and Past Perfect – Tenses in English

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
How to use the word OVER in English

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
“Oldest” and “Eldest” – What’s the difference?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
3 expressions to improve your conversation skills

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
How to MASTER your vocabulary

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Slow or Slowly? Understanding Adverbs of Manner

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Present Perfect or Past Perfect?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
How to read job ads in English – Understanding abbreviated writing styles

2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  vocabulary
Basic English Grammar – “Is” or “It’s”?

1-Beginner  •  grammar
IELTS – How to get a high score on Task 1 of the IELTS

3-Advanced  •  business english  •  IELTS  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Slang in English – SCREW

2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Introduction to Reflexive Pronouns: Myself, Yourself, etc.

3-Advanced  •  grammar
British & American English: Irregular Verbs

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  pronunciation  •  writing
Listening Comprehension – Understand Sports on TV!

3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Winter Vocabulary in English

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Pronunciation – words ending in S

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
The Top 3 English words you need to know – GET

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
“Have you ever…?” How to use Present Perfect immediately

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Speak like a Canadian

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Advanced English pronunciation with poetry

3-Advanced  •  pronunciation
English Grammar & Vocabulary – ‘Now’ and ‘Still’

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Talking about disability

3-Advanced  •  business english  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Could have, would have, should have – modals of lost opportunity

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
6 ways to use the verb ‘GO’ in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar
How to understand native speakers’ questions in English

3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  pronunciation  •  speaking
Conversation Skills – Asking Questions

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  tips
English Grammar – The Subjunctive

3-Advanced  •  grammar
Basic English Grammar – MOST, ALMOST, or ALMOST ALL?

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Writing in English: How to start any letter

2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  writing
Need to, have to, must – modals of necessity

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
How slang is “made” in English – bad-ass, wicked, deadly, sick

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Prepositions in English – on time or in time?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Money vocabulary and expressions in English $$$

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Master Modals with the SEAM Method, Part 3 – Preference & Opinion

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Grammar – By or Until?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Practical English Vocabulary: Shopping in a mall

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Spelling & Pronunciation – Words with Silent Letters

2-Intermediate  •  writing
English Vocabulary – End or Finish?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Texting slang – jk, idk, ttyl, cya, tmi, np, k

1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary
How to Use Auxiliary Verbs in Conversations

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Slang in English: ‘What the hell’ and other HELL expressions

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – How to talk about your friends

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
British & American English: Cars & Driving Vocabulary

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
Listening Comprehension – Biography of Clint Eastwood

2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
“Yes, I do” or “Yes, I have”? – Speaking English

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking
Slang in English – BREAK

2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Passed or Past?

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Practical English: How to write a check

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  writing
Basic English Grammar – TO BE verb

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Grammar – How to compare: “as cold as ice”

1-Beginner  •  grammar
‘Put’ in Phrasal Verbs – put down, put back, put off, put up

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
English Grammar: Modifying Comparatives – a lot, far more, much, a little, slightly

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Improve your conversation skills with 3 expressions

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Practical English: Understanding Medicine Labels

2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  vocabulary
DO & MAKE – How to talk about housework in English

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
Listening Comprehension – Legal Vocabulary in English

3-Advanced  •  business english  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
The Top 3 English words you need to know – HAVE

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – like, would like, be like

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
How to pronounce P and F in English

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation
Singular or Plural? Subject-Verb Agreement in English Grammar

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  writing
How to improve your English with story building

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  tips  •  writing
Master Modals with the SEAM Method, Part 2 – Questions

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
5 Essential Communication Idioms in English

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
Speaking English – Classroom vocabulary and expressions

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Getting a job – How to talk about your education

2-Intermediate  •  business english
Listening Comprehension – Learn English with strange news!

1-Beginner  •  comprehension  •  speaking
How to pronounce TH, S, F sounds in English

2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation
Slang in English – PISS

3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Pronouncing Nationalities in English

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Holiday Vocabulary in English – Halloween (and idioms about DEATH)

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
6 phrases in English using IT’S

1-Beginner  •  expressions
Basic English Grammar – BE verb

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Talk like a native speaker – “gonna”, “haveta”, “wanna”

2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  pronunciation  •  slang  •  speaking
Past Simple or Present Perfect?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Common Mistakes: “Could of” or “Could have”? (Could’ve / Would’ve / Should’ve)

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  tips
How to maximize your English learning

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
Bar and Pub Slang

3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Talking about Accidents

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Who? That? Which?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  tips
Learn English with Cooking: Making Blueberry Pancakes!

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Polite English – Why do we use “would”?

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  speaking
Speaking English – 4 Ways to Order at a Restaurant

1-Beginner  •  speaking
English Grammar – Gerund or Infinitive? (‘I like swimming’ or ‘I like to swim’?)

3-Advanced  •  grammar
How to find a new job – Transferable Job Skills

3-Advanced  •  business english  •  tips
5 Food Idioms in English

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
How NOT to Learn English – Studying English at Home

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
English Vocabulary – School Slang

1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary
TALK, SPEAK, TELL – What’s the difference?

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
When to capitalize names in English

2-Intermediate  •  writing
English Verb Tenses

English resource  •  grammar
Talking about being sick – English health vocabulary

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Prejudice Vocabulary – “racist”, “sexist”, “biased”, “ignorant”…

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
5 Important Phrasal Verbs for English Learners

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
English Grammar – Stative Verbs

3-Advanced  •  grammar
Basic English Grammar – Past Tense Questions

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Learn Pronunciation with Poetry

3-Advanced  •  pronunciation
English Vocabulary – Negative Characteristics – arrogant, vain, snob…

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
5 ways to say goodbye in English

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Conversation Skills – Speak with confidence

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  tips
Confused Words – DESERT or DESSERT?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – Talking about Shopping

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Master Modals with the SEAM method – may, might, could, etc.

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Grammar – Present Simple – WH- QUESTIONS

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Job Interview Skills – Questions and Answers

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  tips
Short Answers in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking
7 compound adjectives for describing people in English

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – How to learn tenses – ALL tenses!!

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  tips
English Grammar – Present Simple – YES/NO QUESTIONS

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Basic English Grammar – WAS & WERE

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Countable and Uncountable Nouns

English resource  •  grammar
Confused Words – Succeed, Success, Successful, Successfully

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
How to Write an Effective Essay: The Introduction

2-Intermediate  •  tips  •  writing
5 Common Irregular Past Tense Verbs

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Job Interview Skills – DOs and DON’Ts

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  tips
English Grammar – THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE

1-Beginner  •  grammar
How NOT to Learn English, part 2

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
How to show possession in English – MY / MINE, HER / SHE / HERS, etc.

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Conversation Skills – How to keep a conversation going

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  tips
English Idioms – ‘Time’ – Let’s call it a day, Long time no see, Crack of dawn, and more!

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
Business English Vocabulary – COLLABORATE or COOPERATE?

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – Adverb Suffixes: -ly, -wards, -wise

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Improve your writing: Adverb Clauses

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  writing
Conversation Skills in English – Hesitation devices – uh…um…

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  tips
Confused Words – LOSE or LOOSE?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
English Pronunciation – B & V

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
How do modals work?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
That & Which

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  writing
Adverb Clauses

English resource  •  grammar
Slang in English – Bodily Noises – FART, BURP, YAWN, HICCUP, QUEEF

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – When to use “THE” with places

1-Beginner  •  grammar
How to give directions in English

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Speculation in the Present – MUST, HAS TO, HAS GOT TO

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
English Idioms – ‘Hair’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
How to pronounce letters in English

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Business English Vocabulary – CUSTOMER or CLIENT?

1-Beginner  •  business english  •  vocabulary
Present Simple Tense

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking
How to use NO & NOT in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Grammar – TO & FOR

1-Beginner  •  grammar
How to talk about your birthday and birthplace

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
Slang in English – AIN’T

3-Advanced  •  slang  •  speaking
English Grammar – SOME & ANY

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Vocabulary for the ladies – Talking about your period

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Common English Errors: I or me? She or her? They or them?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Grammar – The future in the past – “Was/Were going to”

3-Advanced  •  grammar
English Vocabulary Pyramid – JECT – eject, object, reject, subject, etc.

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – LOST

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
How to pronounce regular -ED endings in English

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Speaking English – Saying Numbers

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – “Would” in the past

3-Advanced  •  grammar
How NOT to Learn English

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
Learn English – 5 common mistakes when talking about food

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Common English Errors: SOME & ANY

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Vocabulary – GET

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Talking about Directions

3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – How to order in a restaurant

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Talking about the Bathroom & Toilet

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Confused Words – sometime or sometimes?

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
English Pronunciation – A & E (Man vs. Men)

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
English Idioms – ‘boot’ – boot up, boot camp, give the boot, and more!

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
English Pronunciation – S & SH

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
It’s & Its

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  writing
English Vocabulary – Winter Clothing

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – Getting Dressed

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
English Pronunciation – F & V

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Business English – How to expand your vocabulary

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Writing – Relative Clauses overview

2-Intermediate  •  writing
English Grammar – How to ask questions

3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  tips
English Grammar – Adjectives & Adverbs

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Speaking English – Talking about travel

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – Passive Causative

3-Advanced  •  grammar
2 Quick Ways to Improve your English – FOR EXAMPLE & SAME

2-Intermediate  •  tips  •  vocabulary
English Pronunciation – J & Y

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
English Grammar – DO & MAKE

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Polite English – Softening Your Message

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – Talking about pains and aches

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary & Idioms – Talking about NOISE

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Business English – Talking about your Responsibilities

2-Intermediate  •  business english
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Bar, club, and party vocabulary & slang

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary
Basic English Pronunciation – Simple vowel sounds

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
EITHER or NEITHER? Negative agreement in English

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
Parts of Speech in English

English resource  •  grammar
Slang in English – Many meanings of JOHN

2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – Talking about CRIME

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Learning English with the News – Improve your vocabulary and comprehension

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  tips  •  vocabulary
English Pronunciation – Words ending in NG

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
English Grammar – SHOULD & MUST

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Word Order in English

English resource  •  grammar
English Vocabulary Pyramid – TRACT

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – Where do I put the adverb?

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  tips
English Pronunciation – I & EE

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Commonly Confused Words in English – 9 Homophones

2-Intermediate  •  tips  •  vocabulary
How to improve your English conversation skills

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  tips
Common English Errors: Someone, Anyone, No one?

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Slang – Text messaging: LOL BRB PLZ WTF OMG and more!

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  slang
English Grammar – BEING & BEEN

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Commonly Confused Words in English – BRING or TAKE?

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Modals in English – “must”

3-Advanced  •  grammar
English Pronunciation – Irregular Verbs – CAUGHT, BOUGHT, THOUGHT…

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
English Idioms – ‘Sports’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
English in the News: Vocabulary of Floods

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – ALL & EVERY – What’s the difference?

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
Vocabulary – The difference between WANT & NEED in English

1-Beginner  •  tips  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – Past tense of SHOULD – “I should have…”, “You shouldn’t have..”, etc.

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Grammar – SINCE & FOR

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Vocabulary Pyramid – VERT

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Basic English Grammar – Do, Does, Did, Don’t, Doesn’t, Didn’t

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Grammar – COULD & SHOULD

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Polite Business English – How to Complain and Disagree

3-Advanced  •  business english  •  speaking
English Vocabulary Pyramid – MUSE

3-Advanced  •  vocabulary
English Pronunciation – Saying Numbers

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
English Idioms – ‘Cat’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
240 Common Spelling Mistakes in English

English resource  •  vocabulary  •  writing
English Grammar – Tenses – Overview of all the tenses in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Writing in English – How to Summarize

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips  •  writing
Commonly Confused Words in English: LIVE & LIVE

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  speaking  •  tips
Common Irregular Verbs – Grouped

English resource  •  grammar
Common Irregular Verbs

English resource  •  grammar
English Grammar – How Often? – ALWAYS, USUALLY, OFTEN, SOMETIMES, NEVER

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Business English – Talking about your Work

1-Beginner  •  business english  •  speaking
English Idioms – ‘Foot’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
Speaking English – Talking about Family

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – MUST, HAVE TO, HAVE GOT TO – Necessity

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
Commonly Confused Words in English: EFFECT & AFFECT

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Expressions in English – MOUTH

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
English Pronunciation – Words ending with ion

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Expressions with DO & MAKE

English resource  •  grammar
Preference – How to talk about what you want in English

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
English Vocabulary – First name? Given name? Forename? What’s your name?

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Learn English – How to Listen and Understand

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  tips
7 Common English Expressions about MONEY

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  speaking
50 Common Grammar Mistakes in English – part 2

English resource  •  grammar
50 Common Grammar Mistakes in English – part 1

English resource  •  grammar
English Grammar – Tag Questions

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
English Grammar – Making simple “TO BE” questions

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Commonly Confused Words in English: BEFORE & AGO

1-Beginner  •  tips  •  vocabulary
How to talk about looks – BEAUTIFUL, HOT, SEXY, UNATTRACTIVE, NOT MY TYPE, and more!

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Basic English Grammar – THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Vocabulary – LISTEN & HEAR

1-Beginner  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Business English – How to minimize problems

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  speaking
All about phrasal verbs in English

3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  grammar
English Writing – Sequencing – How to use FIRST, NEXT, LAST, FINALLY, etc.

3-Advanced  •  writing
Speaking English – Expectations – How to use “supposed to”

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
English Vocabulary – LOOK / SEE / WATCH

2-Intermediate  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Polite English – Saying Yes and No

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Commonly Confused Words in English – BYE, BUY, BY, BI

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
♥ ♥ ♥ 7 Common English Expressions to do with Love & Relationships ♥ ♥ ♥

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  speaking
Idioms in English – Parts of the Body

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
English Pronunciation – 4 Tips to Improve Your Accent

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  tips
Polite English – 8 Ways to Say ‘Thank You’ in English

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Expressions in English – Food

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Business English – 7 Common Workplace Abbreviations

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Talking About Quantity in English – A FEW, A LITTLE, FEW, LITTLE

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
Pronunciation – E & I

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  tips
English Vocabulary – How to talk about money

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary
Vocabulary – How to talk about the weather in English

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
English Vocabulary – WISH & HOPE

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Grammar – Articles – When to use A, AN, or no article

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Slang – FREAK

2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary
5 Types of TOEFL Essays & TOEFL iBT Essay Patterns

2-Intermediate  •  TOEFL  •  writing
English Writing – How to Write Numbers

2-Intermediate  •  tips  •  writing
English Grammar – Negative Forms of MUST & HAVE TO

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  speaking
English Grammar – Imperatives – How to give commands, directions, and more

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
Noun suffixes in English – understand new words you read!

3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  tips
English Vocabulary – Hair and Parts of the Face

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Business English – More Common Workplace Expressions

2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  speaking
English Idioms – ‘Music’

1-Beginner  •  expressions
Basic English Grammar – HAVE, HAS, HAD

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Phrasal Verbs – SHUT

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
English Grammar – MUCH, MANY, A LOT OF (quantifiers)

1-Beginner  •  grammar
How to Give Advice in English – SHOULD, OUGHT TO, HAD BETTER

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
What skills do you need for the TOEFL iBT?

2-Intermediate  •  TOEFL
English Pronunciation – Th & S

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
English Grammar – Present Perfect Simple & Present Perfect Continuous

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Commonly Confused Words in English – HEAR & HERE

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  writing
English Grammar – How to use SINCE and FOR with the Present Perfect

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Pronunciation – P & B

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
English Writing Skills – Paraphrasing

3-Advanced  •  writing
How to Write an Effective Essay

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips  •  writing
Business English – Common Workplace Expressions

2-Intermediate  •  business english
English Grammar – Introduction to Past Progressive

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Vocabulary – How to talk about where you were born and raised

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
English Idioms & Phrasal Verbs – ON

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  expressions
Polite English – ‘Want’ & ‘Would like’

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  tips
English Grammar – Using ALREADY & YET

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
English Grammar – SO & NEITHER

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
English Pronunciation – R & L

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
English Grammar – Modals of Advisability

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Idioms – ‘Blue’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
TOEFL or IELTS? Which exam should you take?

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  tips  •  TOEFL
Speaking English – How to talk about mistakes and regrets

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Grammar – Past Simple vs. Present Perfect

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Commonly Confused Words in English: TO, TOO, TWO

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  writing
Speaking English – Tag Questions – How to express assumptions or comment on a situation

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
Common Mistakes in English: CHOOSE, CHOSE, CHOICE

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Vocabulary – Love, Dating, and Relationships

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – Comparative & Superlative Adjectives – Exceptions

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
English Idioms – ‘Money’

1-Beginner  •  expressions
Easy Introduction to PASSIVE

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Punctuation – How to Use Commas in English Writing

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  writing
English Grammar – Introduction to the Passive

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
10 Common English Expressions

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking
English Vocabulary – Appointments, Reservations, and Plans

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Order of Adjectives – Speak and Write like a Native English Speaker

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  tips
Phrases and Clauses in English – What’s the Difference?

3-Advanced  •  grammar
English Vocabulary – How to Talk about Marriage

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Introduction to English Academic Writing – Parts of a Paragraph

2-Intermediate  •  TOEFL  •  writing
English Grammar – Superlative Adjectives (MOST, BEST, etc.)

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  writing
English Spelling – When to Double Consonants (“swimming” “stopped” etc.)

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  writing
Commonly Confused Words in English: YOU’RE & YOUR

1-Beginner  •  tips  •  vocabulary
Phrasal Verbs – TURN

1-Beginner  •  expressions
English Vocabulary – How To Talk About Death and Dying

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Prepositions of Place – AT, ON, IN

1-Beginner  •  grammar
English Grammar – Comparative Adjectives

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  writing
Commonly Confused Words in English: DURING & WHILE

2-Intermediate  •  tips  •  vocabulary
English Idioms – ‘Hand’

1-Beginner  •  expressions
How to Ask Permission Politely in English – CAN, COULD, MAY, and DO YOU MIND

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  speaking
Grammar & Writing – When to use CAPITAL LETTERS in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  writing
Improve your English Vocabulary with Roots – “port”

2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  tips  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – Present Simple & Present Progressive

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Expressing ability with CAN, COULD, BE ABLE TO

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  grammar
ENGLISH VOCABULARY – Using PLAY, GO, DO for sports

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
English Grammar – I USED TO & I’M USED TO

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  tips
English Vocabulary – Spatial Location – BEHIND, UNDER, ON TOP OF, BETWEEN, and more!

1-Beginner  •  vocabulary
Speaking English – How to Express Time

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary
English Pronunciation – CAN & CAN’T

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation
Improve Your Pronunciation of English Nouns – ‘er’ & ‘th’ sounds

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation  •  tips
English Idioms – ‘All’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
Future Tense – WILL & GOING TO

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Commonly Confused Words in English: ADVICE & ADVISE

2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary
Cultural Differences – An Introduction for ESL Students

1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  tips
Apostrophes – How to Show Possession Using an Apostrophe

3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  writing
Borrow, Lend, Rent, Use – English Vocabulary and Usage

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
Phrasal Verbs in English – PULL

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
Grammar – Countable and Uncountable Nouns in English

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
IELTS Basics – Introduction to the IELTS Exam

2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  tips
English Pronunciation – 3 Common Mistakes, part 3 – ‘th’

2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation  •  speaking
English Pronunciation – Words starting with B

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation  •  vocabulary
Learn English Slang with Christian Bale (Batman!) part 2

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  slang
English Slang with Christian Bale (BATMAN!)

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  slang
English Grammar Tip – Are you bored, or boring?

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  tips  •  vocabulary
English Spelling – Apostrophe + S, after S

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  tips
English Pronunciation – 3 Common Mistakes, part 2 – ‘t’ & ‘d’

2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation  •  speaking
English Pronunciation – 3 Common Mistakes part 1 – ‘s’

2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation  •  speaking
Commonly Confused Words in English: WHOSE & WHO’S

1-Beginner  •  tips  •  vocabulary
English Idioms – ‘Bird’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  speaking
Conditional & Imaginary: IF, WILL, WOULD, WERE

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
Grammar: Reported Speech in English

2-Intermediate  •  grammar
How to Learn English More Effectively

1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  tips
Phrasal Verbs – UP

2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary
Commonly Confused Words in English: they’re, there, their

1-Beginner  •  tips  •  vocabulary  •  writing
Speaking English – Say, Tell, Hear, Listen – How to use them correctly

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
TOEFL iBT Basics – Introduction to the TOEFL exam

1-Beginner  •  tips  •  TOEFL
Vocabulary – Using ‘must’ & ‘have to’ in English

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  tips  •  vocabulary
IELTS Writing – Letters – How to start and finish

2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  writing
English Idioms – ‘Hold’

2-Intermediate  •  expressions
Prepositions: How to use IN, AT, and ON in English

1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  tips
Articles in English: How to use ‘a’, ‘an’, and ‘the’ properly

1-Beginner  •  grammar
Understand What You Read in English (Reading Comprehension)

2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  IELTS  •  tips  •  TOEFL  •  TOEIC
English Speaking – Saying Hello and Goodbye

1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary
How to Structure Your TOEFL Essay

2-Intermediate  •  TOEFL  •  writing
Using the Future Tense in Conversation – English Grammar

2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking
Past Tense Regular Verb Pronunciation

1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  speaking
TOEFL & IELTS – short introduction and comparison

1-Beginner  •  IELTS  •  tips  •  TOEFL
TOEFL ibt – conversation example

2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  TOEFL

 

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Emre Özcan 1984'de herhangi bir şeye tepki olarak doğdu. İkizler burcu bir bilişim çalışanı. İnsan ilişkileri,futbol,internet,sosyal medya,felsefe ve dini konularla ilgilenmeyi çok seviyor. Şimdilik Ataşehir'de tek başına yaşıyor zengin olunca Cihangir'e taşınacak.

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