Social Media Copywriting Guide: How to Be a Social Word Ninja
The social media world is noisy. Sharpen your social media copywriting skills and cut through the static with this guide and free writing templates.
Popular English Phrases in Conversations and Small Talk - ESLBuzz Learning English
Learn Commonly Used English Phrases in Conversations and Small Talk.
120 Beautiful Synonyms For Love, Life, and Writing
Expand your vocabulary with this list of positive words, A - Z. We think in words, and those words shape our lives. What are your words to live by?
Sentence Starters: Useful Words and Phrases You Can Use As Sentence Starters - ESL Forums
Sentence Starters! Here you will find a useful list of common sentence starters that you can use in a discussion as well as in essay writing. Learn these
How to Write a Great Essay Quickly! - ESLBuzz Learning English
Simple tips for writing essays in English: these steps will guide you through the essay writing process...
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Using SO and TOO in English - English Grammar Here
Example sentences with so and too, Using SO and TOO in English Mark Michael Too I am happy. So am I à I am happy too. I’m going to Spain in the winter. So am I à I am going to Spain too. I like Japanese food a lot. So do I. à I do too. You look bad today. So do you. à You look bad too. Alex has a new girlfriend. So does George. à George has a new girlfriend too. We went to the theatre last week. So I did. à I went to the theatre too.
Types of Verbs
Quick NavigationWhat is a verb?Kinds of VerbsREGULAR VERBLINKING VERBTRANSITIVE VERBINTRANSITIVE VERBFINITE VERBINFINITIVE VERBFunctions of Infinitive VerbThe Infinitive as Noun and VerbThe Infinitive as Adjective or AdverbSPLIT INFINITIVERelated What is a verb? Definition: A word that shows an action, state or an event is called verb. It is an essential part of a sentence and is known as soul of language. For example, They study English grammar. (Action) We celebrate independence-day…
Useful Expressions For Remembering And Forgetting In English - 7 E S L
In this lesson, you’ll learn different expressions for Remembering & Forgetting that you can use in your daily conversation.
Commonly Used Idioms and Meaning in English - English Grammar Here
English Commonly Used Idioms and Meaning List; Barrel of laugh: someone who is very funny Old as the hills: some who is very old In the doghouse: To have some unhappy with you Up for grabs: Available for anyone Split hairs: Argue or worry about small details Kick The Bucket: Die Oddball: a weirdo or a strange person Knee Jerk Reaction: A quick and automatic response Hang in there: Don’t give up Pull yourself together: Calm down So far so good: Things are going well so far Round the bend…
Tongue Twisters: 65 Popular Tongue Twisters to Improve Pronunciation - English Study Online
Tongue Twisters in English! Learn over 60 useful and hardest tongue twisters to pronounce in English with ESL pictures.
Contractions - English Study Here
Contractions in English, Most common contractions list; Are not – aren’t Can not – can’t Could not – couldn’t Did not – didn’t Do not – don’t Does not – doesn’t Had not – hadn’t Have not – haven’t He is – he’s He will – he’II He would – he’d He had – he’d Here is – here’s I am – I’m I have – I’ve I will – I’d is not – isn’t it is – it’s it has – it’s it will – it’II Must not – mustn’t She is – she’s She has – she’s
All You Wanted To Learn In English Class But Couldn't
Ever felt you missed out on the real English class in school. Well, cheer up. This article would show you all you ever needed to know in English Language.
Other Ways to Say... - ESLBuzz Learning English
Other ways to say: In other words, Good luck, Happy birthday, Good night, I like it, Hurry up, Tired.