Hands feature in so many English idioms. See how many you remember if English is your first language. Those learning English as a second language will learn something new here.
An article detailing twenty idioms related to Rabbits, Hares and Bunnies. Idioms help make our speech more expressive and colourful. They also provide snippets of advice gleamed from generations of people who have trod life's path before us.
Faithful reader, in our journey through the wonders of the alphabet, through those etymological entities that tell us a thousand tales, it is inevitable that we will arrive at F. It is also inevitable that your curiosity gets the better of you as you scroll down my list of chosen words to see if I...
If your home language is English, this web page will amuse you, and if you are a student of English, learning to speak English as a second language (ESL or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL ), you should find this list of sayings about eggs very helpful. See how many you can remember.
This article will show you the structure and rules of Passive Voice. All the rules have been explained for converting active voice sentences into passive voice. All the Tenses have been converted into Passive Voice with clear rules and examples.
Learn a few English Proverbs and Sayings, wth some humorous examples of how the phrases should be used. If English is your home language, see how many phrases you recognize and use yourself.If you are learning Engliish as a Second Language ( ESL or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL ), this will help you.
Here are very the vital things that examiners focus their attention on when marking English Language compositions or essays. This is a must-read for every student learning English Language.
Educational hub. Adjectives - what are they? How do I use them with nouns and verbs. When do you use an adjective or an adverb? Do I need to define the verb or the sentence? Do I need to define the subject that is performing the action? Be careful how you use adjectives such as interesting,...
Several useful English expressions have the word Penny in them - interesting for English speakers, educational for Students of English as a Second Language ( ESL or ESOL , TESOL or even TSL )
An idiom is a figurative form of speech in which the person speaking is using words in an imaginative or unusual way. This article focusses on idioms that involve the use of the word frog within them.