Improving your Listening Skills in English with Songs

Music is a great language package that bundles culture, vocabulary, listening, grammar and a host of other language skills in just a few rhymes. What you should pay attention to: Sounds English has special sounds that many other languages do not have. But more importantly, English has special sound combinations. The patterns of sounds in… Read More

Prepositional Idioms? Calm down!

A prepositional idiom consists of a verb followed by a preposition, but unlike an ordinary prepositional phrase, it forms an expression with a nonliteral or idiomatic meaning. Some grammarians consider the prepositional idiom a type of a phrasal verb, others call it the phrasal verb itself, and still others call it a verb phrase. Anyway… Read More

Bilingual Language Development: Myths vs. Facts

200 Words to Use Instead of “Good” (Infographic)

Source: http://custom-writing.org/blog/writing-tips/28365.html

The Ultimate Guide to Accident Prevention at Home

The Ultimate Guide to Accident Prevention at Home By: Andrea Lozoya* This article was originally published at Porch.com Related article: Most Dangerous Things in Everyday Life (birdgei.com) We’ve all heard the old adage that if it can happen, it will – but that doesn’t have to be the case! While it’s true that there are… Read More