Not books alone: ​​8 non-banal ways to learn English

Original ways to improve English were compiled by Happy Monday. It is difficult to disagree with the arguments in favor of learning English. This language can really help you earn more, travel more comfortably, and so on. But, imagining yourself with textbooks, you find a thousand and one reasons, ...

20 subtleties of living English, which are not told in school

No matter how well you know English, there are still certain subtleties that can be comprehended only after several years of living in an English-speaking country. Their list was collected by the Lifehacker edition. 1. Gastronomic Acronyms Americans are acronym fans. You can't just say "buter ...

English words that Americans do not speak, but Russian-speaking immigrants use all the time

Justin is a foreigner and a native English speaker. He makes Russian-language videos on his channel about language learning, about the mistakes that people often make when using English words. Language Very often, non-native English speakers are in place and out of place…

Than versus then: what is the difference and how to use these words correctly

They may sound and look almost the same, but the two words have two completely different meanings. It's a classic conundrum of when to use then and when to use than. Even the most confident native English speakers who brag about knowing the difference...

12 songs that you can learn to speak English

One of the most effective ways to learn a language is through songs. We are not talking about "influencing the subconscious" or other magical ways of remembering. But in order to better understand spoken English and learn to speak like a real Englishman, songs will come in handy best of all. How does it work…

How to pass for one in the USA: the 5 most common parasitic words of Americans

These 5 words are constantly used in everyday speech by almost any American. They will come in handy if you plan to communicate with residents of the United States, says Zen. Definitely Translated as "definitely". "Definitely" is definitely a word that Americans overuse ("Definitely" is definitely a word that ...

How to effectively learn a foreign language if you are already an adult

Many people think that learning foreign languages ​​is possible only in childhood and adolescence. But in adulthood, overpowering this is more than realistic, writes Lifehacker. Why Learning Foreign Languages ​​Is Important For Brain Development When people learn a foreign language, their brains are active…

'Sugar' and 'angels': Affectionate Calls Most Commonly Used by Americans

In many couples, families or even groups, instead of using names, people often call each other different nicknames: baby doll, fish, or something more rare and funny. Not without this in the United States, writes FluentU. Often people use affectionate ...

Top 7 Free Online English Courses Starting Right Now

Many people do not have enough money to study English to attend exactly the courses that they would like, or the schedule does not fit into the work schedule in any way. ForumDaily has prepared information about 7 online English courses in various fields that open at prestigious American higher education ...

English words whose ambiguity can be confusing

How many meanings can an English word have? “A lot, a lot, an awful lot!” - the students will say and they will be right. However, as a rule, these meanings will be close or similar, for example: dance - "dance" or "dance", love - "love", "love", "love", "beloved". But there are also such words ...

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