Jul 26, 2017
It's easy to confuse the simple past and present perfect tenses. And believe me, even native English speakers get these two mixed up.
Jul 26, 2017
No, we're not talking about brushing the teeth of gargoyles in gothic buildings.
Jul 07, 2017
Who, whom, whose. Who, whom, whose. Say it a couple more times and you’ll start sounding like an owl.
Jul 18, 2016
The English language, with all its words, is understandably difficult to master completely. Our daily vocabulary goes only so far, after all, and the words often spoken nowadays are usually cherry-picked only from the pool of the most popular. As such, there are many words that have fallen out of...
Jul 15, 2016
Learning a language lowers your risk of developing Alzheimer’s or dementia. This is because your brain trains itself to learn something new and improves your ability to read clearly, think critically, memorize more distinctly and solve problems better, as detailed by Dr. Andrew Weil, in his book...
Jul 01, 2016
You can tell a lot about a country by their food. English food is infused with a distinct Britishness that leaves you feeling like you’ve just dined with the Queen. Here’s a quick list of English food you might encounter.
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