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.
So many idioms exist that use the word 'time'. Take some time out to have a look at a few as I race through parts of my life.
There are so many types of books & there are many idioms using the word 'book'. This looks at the derivation, the definitions & the usage of 'book', exploring idioms via a fun poem & a short story.
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. There is also a poll, a...
Lots of illustrated English metaphors and sayings about trees: fun for native English speakers, and useful for students of English as a second language to improve their knowledge of English language.
Words are fun to play with. Words can be used many different ways and can be disguised and encrypted many different ways. Check out the word play that has been sent through emails.
I love oxymorons! Check out these examples of opposite or contradictory terms.
Unique ways to say thank you. Showing gratitude in fun ways.
"Scissors" is one of the odd words in the English Language that appear as a plural even when only one is meant. This article takes a humorous look at this oddity.
A quiz about Cockney rhyming slang, originally a coded language spoken by Londoners which you will hear in London street markets, and which was said to be spoken only by those born within the sound of the Bow Bells