50 Most Commonly Misspelled English Words

Watch the Youtube video and download the worksheet to fill out your answers:
Read More >

Used to, use to, be used to, get used to & would

SIMPLE TRANSCRIPT: Firstly, let’s focus on the pronunciation because I know this is very confusing for many students. Because, when we say used on its own, we use the Z sound and the D sound, used. But to say used to is quite a mouthful, so you will hear speakers of English saying use to, […]
Read More >

10 Confusing Word Pairs (3) – Luggage or Baggage?

Full Transcript: Number one, luggage or baggage. So luggage and baggage are quite unusual because they are near perfect synonyms of each other. Both of them mean suitcases or other bags in which to pack your personal belongings for travel. “Check in your luggage at the desk.” “Pick up your baggage from the carousel.” They […]
Read More >

15 Ways to Say ‘I’m Busy’ in English

Read More >

Confusing English Words Part 2 – Except/Accept, Especially/Specially, Inquire/Enquire

Read More >

Confusing English Words Part 1 – Affect/Effect, Bring/Take, Either/Neither

Read More >

50 Alternatives for ‘SAID’ because ‘SAID’ is… DEAD!

PREFACE As I have previously stated, I used to work as a waitress. I’ve remarked on this in a couple of older videos. I am pleased to report that no one was harmed during my time as a waitress, but I will add that some customers didn’t receive what they ordered. CHAPTER ONE ‘How can […]
Read More >