As English speakers we hear an expression and know instantly there is the potential for danger. We instinctively know what action to take. If you are new to English, these idioms can cause confusion.
This page looks at the diverse range of surnames or family names to be found in the English language. They are our own names, and yet how many of us know where they came from?
Thinking about teaching English in the culture rich environment of fast developing China but confused about where to start? Here's seven ways you can live and work abroad as an ESL teacher.
Native language interference in learning a second language is a major problem for ESL students and learners of other foreign languages. This hub examines types of native language interference.
Non-native users of English as a Second Language almost always struggle with all aspects of English – speaking, reading, writing, and listening. Many also commit errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This is because there are aspects...
The English Language is filled with peculiarities. It seems to me that words are the poorest way to get messages across, and it must be doubly hard for those learning it as a second language.
All about Google Translate.
Common saying may have unexpected nautical meanings and origins. Do you know where "one bad apple" comes from?
Explanation of the Present Perfect Simple, exercises with answers and a fun game.
English is Spoken All Over The World English is a crucial international language that you must master in this information age. If you want to be a part of global community, learning - improving - mastering and using good English can enhance both...