LEARN ENGISH

These people know five languages: advice from polyglots on how to master a foreign speech

Pulling up on English for work, learning French from scratch to communicate while traveling, or mastering Chinese as a new hobby is all possible if you have a goal and choose the right learning methods. The Village asked people who are fluent in four or ...

Than versus then: what is the difference and how to use these words correctly

They may sound and look almost the same, but the two words have two completely different meanings. It's a classic conundrum of when to use then and when to use than. Even the most confident native English speakers who brag about knowing the difference...

Nine Helpful Resources to Prepare for the TOEFL

The TOEFL certificate opens up a large number of opportunities and prospects for development: study or work abroad. The Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants for Former Soviet Republics Facebook group has compiled a list of resources to help you prepare for this test. Goodlucktoefl.com - here you are ...

12 songs that you can learn to speak English

One of the most effective ways to learn a language is through songs. We are not talking about "influencing the subconscious" or other magical ways of remembering. But in order to better understand spoken English and learn to speak like a real Englishman, songs will come in handy best of all. How does it work…

Effective Tips: How to easily memorize 100 new English words per week

It is quite easy to start learning English, but many people face vocabulary problems. Someone just learns new words, constantly repeating them, someone creates some kind of schemes. Lifehacker has collected the most effective tips on how to learn 100 words a week to ...

How to pass for one in the USA: the 5 most common parasitic words of Americans

These 5 words are constantly used in everyday speech by almost any American. They will come in handy if you plan to communicate with residents of the United States, says Zen. Definitely Translated as "definitely". "Definitely" is definitely a word that Americans overuse ("Definitely" is definitely a word that ...

Six Myths About Learning English: What We're Doing Wrong

Is it really necessary to memorize as many words as possible for good English? What about specific topics? What are the popular myths about learning English, according to HappyMonday. Myth #1. The more words I know, the better I speak Truth: you can have a vocabulary ...

How to effectively learn a foreign language if you are already an adult

Many people think that learning foreign languages ​​is possible only in childhood and adolescence. But in adulthood, overpowering this is more than realistic, writes Lifehacker. Why Learning Foreign Languages ​​Is Important For Brain Development When people learn a foreign language, their brains are active…

How did 10 most popular English idioms

Many consider idioms to be the highlight of any language, because they are unique, peculiar, although sometimes they can be confusing. Idioms are stable turns of speech, the meaning of which is not in the individual words of which they are composed, but in the history of the origin of these expressions. AT…

'Sugar' and 'angels': Affectionate Calls Most Commonly Used by Americans

In many couples, families or even groups, instead of using names, people often call each other different nicknames: baby doll, fish, or something more rare and funny. Not without this in the United States, writes FluentU. Often people use affectionate ...

20 - 30 of 115