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I've found this graphic about how to replace the (very often used) word "very" with other words and I thought it could be nice to share it here.
I'm such a philanthropist... …Continue
Hi everyone! ^_^
Checking photo collections in my netbook made me think of the words for the pictures. However, I found it not too easy to find the correct words. What about you? I've checked the answers. The answer of each picture is one English word except number 5. Let me know your idea or guessing. :))
* Participants have already found the answers and I wrote them at the bottom of each picture. Hence, you…Continue
So exams are over and I can continue the challenge!
Hope you remember that you don't have to stress on writing a Shakespearean piece, just a few lines are enough to practice new words. Just use then in context and try to remember ..
Here are the words:
Hallucination: (Noun) : So tell me if you have seen something that does not actually exist or not really in front of you... and you are not dreaming as well, yes you are awake and you are hearing voices that are in your…Continue
My friends, I see that one of the sentences on my last test turned out to be a true toughie! What a great sentence! It has already made me write my “nightmare blog” and makes me write one more blog as we all buy some clothes/footwear from time to time and should know the appropriate vocabulary. Some EC members may think I went nuts, such things are well-known! Yes, they are, but if you read what I did, you will agree it is time to tell learners what words and expressions to use speaking…Continue
My dear friends! In this blog I'd like to summarize the results of my last American test for you to have some fun at the beginning of the weekend and for you to remember some necessary words and some useful information. So, let's start!
The synonym for TRAIN turned out to be…Continue
As my first blog on American synonyms attracted your attention, I hope the second will also arouse your interest and we all will have a lot of fun here! Ha-ha-ha!
So, you know what to do, don’t you? You should find American synonyms of the given British…Continue
Dear friends! After the thorough analyzis of the test on American synonyms, I can't help posting this blog. I think this word was the hardest of all. In fact, most of men know what braces are and wear them from time to time to make the pants not hang. We…Continue
My dear friends, as I am used to saying, our great learners and thankful fans! As a result of my previous test on American synonyms, I can’t help posting this blog for each and all of you to feel comfortable if you visit my country one day! Ha-ha-ha! So, this blog is a kind of a joke, but all…Continue
My dear friends! I see you like such kind of my tests. So, today I am proposing you just opposite one. I will give you 15 American words and will ask you to find their British synonyms. I will add the pictures for you to realize what I mean. Again, all…Continue
My dear friends! Today I am going to present the task teaching the difference between British and American English. So, I will post 15 British words and your task is to find their American synonyms. Of course, if you don’t know some given word, you may look it up.
So, here is…Continue
Yes, 'to be readable' means 'to be enjoyable and easy to read'.
I can tell that you do have a great idea or topic or something fun to share with us. You even managed to write a blog about it, but only to find that other members don't seem to be so interested in it. You're so frustrating and wonder what's wrong with your blog.
If that's true for you, you're not alone in feeling that. It's not easy for a learner to write something readable, even though they may have a wide…Continue
I will write 10 sentences with one (or more) underlined word. Each sentence will be followed by 4 options and your task is to find a word or a phrase that best keeps the meaning of the…Continue
Learning homophones with wolves
about homophones by homophobe
Good day folks, first of all, what is homophone.
The word “homophone” is used to describe a word that sounds the same…Continue
Dictionary Love Letter
By: Kelvin G. Noynay
Do you know me?…Continue
Good day englishclub folks,
I heard somewhere, or saw somewhere, about one english practice exercise.
"Compose sentence or text using words, which exlude one letter "(any letter from alphabet).
For example, letter "S" - "I am very happy today. I woke up and realized that I have won 1 million dollar lottery", but of course, such letters like "S, X, Q, Z..." are very easy, so you can take any harder one.
Letter "E" -…Continue
Yes, I mean 'try to memorize the word that you failed to memorize when you first saw it'.
Some words are hard to memorize, even though you've tried to memorize them with all the means which you think are so effective.
I agree that 'imagination' is the trick, but sometimes it doesn't work, too. For example, I can memorize the words 'adoption' and 'adaption' with imagination, but it seems there's no way for me to memorize the word 'leper' or 'seism' by using the imagination.…Continue
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