NB. This article refers to British English. END THE CONFUSION (1): FORGET or LEAVE? Here’s the situation: You get to your English class and you realise you have forgotten to bring your notebook. Yikes! You can either tell your teacher, “Sorry, I’ve forgotten my notebook,” or, “Sorry, I’ve left my notebook at home.” However, you … Continue reading End The Confusion (1): Forget or Leave?
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One of the most enjoyable ways to work on your English has to be through music. The grammar isn't always perfect in songs but listening to plenty of music will expand your vocabulary and help improve your pronunciation. So, the first song I have prepared for you (or your students) is "Bills" by Lunchmoney Lewis. … Continue reading Practising Through Songs (1): LunchMoney Lewis – Bills