Poetry can be really difficult when you're learning another language. Or does it really have to be so? Can you take something that seems daunting (difficult), and turn it into a learning experience? I'll show you some great ways to use poetry to improve your English. I'll also introduce you to a couple of fun poets that are hilarious. (Watch until the end!)
Imagine that you're having a conversation with a friend in English, and they say something like, "I hate peanut butter." How do you respond to that? Is it "Me, either," "Me, too," or "Me, neither"?
These phrases can be really confusing to English learners, and they often use them incorrectly.
I've taken all of my Instagram (@empowerenglish, if you want to follow me there) video lessons for you and put them into one video so that you can learn how to use these phrases properly.
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!