Learn some ways to describe no changes or ups and downs over a period of time in this quick video.
Learn five ways to say "decrease" in this week's lesson on how to describe graphs for academic and business English!
Reading can be really difficult in English (or in any language). Try these seven steps to help you improve how much you understand of what you read in English.
If you aren't around other English speakers who can help you identify your own grammar mistakes, what should you do to improve your grammar? Here is a helpful way you can improve your grammar on your own!
When you need some thinking time, filler expressions and hesitation sounds can give you the chance to come up with a great answer to the examiner's questions. You can also use these in general conversation! Share this video with your friends if you find it helpful!
If you're preparing for the IELTS exam (academic OR general), you may be tempted to memorize several lines of answers to common questions, especially for the easier Part I of the exam. Watch the video to find out why that is a bad idea.
Learn some fascinating facts about bobcats and cougars, two wild cats that live in North America.
If you say things like what's in the title of this post, or maybe, "The meeting begins ON 9:00," you NEED to watch this video about prepositions of time to improve your ability to use IN, ON, and AT correctly.
Learn about the Australian platypus, master some new vocabulary, and review some important prepositions in this week's video! Watch through to the end so that you can test your knowledge in the Final Challenge. Leave a comment to show that you know how to use some of the new vocabulary words!
In this short video, you'll learn some tips to help you write more formal emails right away.