Category Archives: Advanced (Level 6+)

18 English Words That Are Actually Hindi

You might be surprised to learn that some familiar English words actually originated in India. Advertisements

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How to Learn Compelling Vocabulary in 30 Seconds

Would you like to learn compelling new vocabulary every day automatically? ♦ No planning   ♦   No decisions ♦ Have a look at the picture on the right. ♦How would you describe the man’s personality? ♦ How would you describe the background colour? … Continue reading

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20 Mistakes Even Native Speakers Make

         by JENNIFER FROST    Source: http://www.grammarcheck.net

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English Inversion #1: Why? When? How?

One of the first things you learn when you start learning English is the word order in sentences. The subject comes before the verb:  SUBJECT                           VERB you                                        learn … Continue reading

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Snack — Vocabulary in Chunks

Originally posted on Vocabulary in Chunks:
[DW English] Vocabulary to learn after watching the video : Edible delicacies The sea decides what’s on the menu Right on the beach among the palm trees They are making a curry with fresh…

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Learn English Speaking FREE with TalkEnglish.com

I have found a great website for all of you who are learning English and want to speak fluently! TalkEnglish.com  provides material for conversations in levels from Basic to Advanced in the following categories: ENGLISH LESSONS  Regular English Lessons: Learn what … Continue reading

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Beyond Drunk: 25 English Expressions you need to know.

An ideal way to practise your English is in social situations. If you are in an English-speaking country, you will need some basic vocabulary for when you are invited to a party or social event. Let’s start with the different … Continue reading

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English Idioms in Pictures #5

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Advanced Reading – Improve your English & your Knowledge!

Do you think it is possible to become a successful English writer when English is your second language?                  Imagine being taught English at school but not hearing it spoken outside of  the classroom. … Continue reading

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Relative Clauses #11: Advanced non-defining Relative Clauses

First, read the earlier posts on Relative Clauses, especially #3 and #6. Advanced non-defining Relative Clauses are not as difficult as their name suggests. There are only two Relative Clause Pronouns used, whom & which, and the Relative Clause is usually … Continue reading

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