TALK: I just did what I should have done.

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/  Hey, you have been promoted to president of the department. All this is thanks to the efforts of my superiors and colleagues. You are so smart. Your efforts in the success of the plan were outstanding. I just did what I should […]

TALK: I am interested in this job

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/ Hi. Can I help you, sir? Yes. I’m interested in a job your company posted on the Internet. We posted several positions. Which position are you looking for?  It is a position in your Maintenance Department. Is it available? Yes. Applications will […]

How to Learn the Words You Can’t Sound Out

1.Look; cover; write; check. This classic teaching method will effectively help you ingrain difficult-to-spell words in your mind. The process goes exactly as it sounds: you look at a word (for instance, in a dictionary) to see what it looks like, you hide the word from view and try to write it down from memory, […]

3 Ways to Spell a Difficult Word

You may never be a spelling-bee contestant confronted with a word like “pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis,” but you probably still encounter tricky words that you need to spell accurately on a daily basis. Even though we have handy tools like spell-check these days, there’s nothing that can replace good personal spelling skills when you’re trying to communicate with […]

How to Know the Difference Between Lose and Loose

Hello busy people, Good morning. Welcome back to another interesting topic. 1.Know the definitions of these words. The first step in differentiating between these two words is to know what they mean. While these words do have some archaic usages, such as loose being used as a verb (“he loosed an arrow”), focus on the most […]

TALK: House Warming Party

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/  Susan, I am inviting you and Frank to our house warming party this weekend. A house warming party? Yes, I am going to buy a new home. Congratulations! That’s wonderful. I bet you are quite happy. I have always dreamed of owning […]

TALK: Have a Nice Saturday Morning

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/  Why are you up so early, Mary? I’m still suffering from a little jetlag. What are you watching? Saturday morning cartoons. At least five channels have morning cartoons on Saturdays I think watching them is a great way to learn Englsih. I […]

How to Use “Too” and “To” Correctly

Hello busy people, Good morning. Welcome back to another interesting topic.  1.Focus on “too” first. “Too” is used less frequently than “to,” so if you know what “too” means, then you can use it just for those specific meanings. You can feel confident that when “too” is not appropriate, “to” is the right choice.[1] Try stressing […]

TALK: Nice to meet you

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/  Hi, I’m Tom, I just moved in next door. Oh, hi Tom, come on in. I’m Tina. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too.  Do please sit down. Would you like something to drink? I’ve got some grape juice. Thank […]

Four Best Methods to Avoid Common Mistakes

1.Learn the difference between confusing words. English has a lot of words that look, sound, and/or are spelled the same, even if they have very different meanings. These homographs (words that are spelled the same), homophones (words that are pronounced the same), heteronyms (words that are spelled the same but pronounced differently), and homonyms (words […]

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