Opposite verbs

First, let’s look at the opposite verbs and some examples: Buy or sell a house Win or lose a match Lend (money to somebody) or borrow (money from somebody) Open and close the book Push or pull the door Pass or fail an exam Forget or remember a name Turn on or [...]

Personality adjectives

Today we will learn some adjectives that we can use to describe people. We will look at some positive adjectives that we can use to compliment and say nice things about other people. We will also look at some negative adjectives that people use to offend [...]

Common acronyms

PTO, TBH, ROFL, BRB… Do you ever see these abbreviations on Facebook or twitter and get confused? Or do your friends send you messages containing these abbreviations and you have no idea what they mean? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! We’re here to help! Today [...]

Make or Do?

Do we make a mistake or do a mistake? Sometimes it’s hard to remember which verb to use. ‘Make’ and ‘do’ are two verbs that are commonly misused. Here's some help. 1: We use 'make' when we create or construct something. For example: She made a cake. I've made [...]

Past simple: regular and irregular verbs

We use the past simple to talk about finished actions in the past. To make the Past Simple you can just add ‘ed’ to regular verbs, but with irregular verbs you need to memorize the correct form for each verb. Here are some examples: Regular Stay - Stayed Sunbathe [...]