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Month: September 2020

Causative Verbs In English

Causative verbs are verbs which show that another person does something for you. For example, we don’t (usually) repair our own washing machines, or cut our own hair. Instead, we pay someone else to do these services for us – and we can use a causative verb to say this in English. You can also… Read More

Why You Should Take Regular Study Breaks

There’s lots of scientific evidence to show that regular study breaks help you remember more. Breaks are also good for your brain and help you reduce stress. Read on for why it’s so important to take regular breaks when you’re learning English! Why do you need breaks? Breaks make your study time more efficientYou can… Read More

British Culture: What’s New?

2020 is a year of huge change in the world. It has changed our ways of working, studying – and also living. But 2020 has also changed our attitudes. What’s important now was perhaps less important before. Take a look at how 2020 has changed British culture! In this post, discover five things that have… Read More

Learning English For International Study

One of the first questions I ask people is why they’re learning English. One of the most common reasons is “for international study”. (That is, to study abroad.) What are the advantages (and disadvantages) of going to an English-speaking country to study – and how should you prepare for international study? The Advantages Of International… Read More