Category Archives: Vocabulary

3 Minute English #4 by Vocabulary in Chunks

Learn words related to getting married Click here for Vocabulary chunks:                  Advertisements

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20 Mistakes Even Native Speakers Make

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

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Eating Breakfast With Giraffes In Africa

A great way to improve your vocabulary and listening skills is with short videos. Watch the following fascinating video about giraffes and follow the link below it to learn the ‘vocabulary in chunks’. You will be impressed by how much you … 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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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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Pictures of Idioms #4

Click on the picture below to find out the meaning of the idiom  SITTING ON THE FENCE. Once on the site,  you can click on Follow at the bottom of the page to receive more pictures and explanations of idioms FREE.

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Watch the News to Improve Listening and Vocabulary

Hello all you hard-working English students! I’m afraid I won’t be publishing any new posts for a couple of months as I’m off to France this week to study French. You see, I’m a language learner like you. I know what it’s … Continue reading

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Pictures of Idioms #2

WRITTEN ALL OVER YOUR FACE Click on the picture below to find out the meaning of the idiom written all over your face. Once on the site, you can click on Follow at the bottom of the page to receive  more … Continue reading

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Pictures of Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

I have recently come across (phrasal verb: come across = found by accident) a very helpful website called idiomic.com which helps you understand and remember idioms and phrasal verbs by using amusing pictures. I have featured just one idiom below: BIG CHEESE If … Continue reading

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Phrasal Verbs: 3 Easy Rules

There are just 3 things to know if you want to understand and remember Phrasal Verbs: 1. Phrasal Verbs are Vocabulary. 2. There are two types: a)Separable and b)Non-separable. 3. When they are Separable, the pronoun must always go in the middle.   1. … Continue reading

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