List of Useful Adjectives to Describe Feelings and Emotions

Feeling Adjectives This is a list of adjectives that helps you describe exactly feelings and emotions: Happy – I want to make you happy! Afraid – I hope I can find the one who is afraid of losing me. Sad – She was sad to see him go. Hot – She was hot and breathless from the exertion of cycling uphill. Amused – The patient was amused at the […]

Halloween Words: 25 Interesting Halloween Vocabulary Words

Halloween words! Learn 25 popular words or items in Halloween with interesting ESL image and useful example sentences. Halloween is a celebration on the night of October 31. It is most practised in the United States and Canada. Children wear costumes and go to people’s homes saying “Trick or treat!” to ask for candy and people give it to them. […]

Weather Words: Useful List of English Weather Words and Vocabulary

Weather Words in English! Learn 20 popular vocabulary related to weather with example sentences and ESL printable infographics in English. Weather Words List of Weather Vocabulary Sunrise/sunset Sunny Partly cloudy Cloudy/overcast Showers Rain Thunder/storm Fog Sleet Thermometer Hail Snow Occasional snow Wind Rainbow Full moon Dew Ice Tornado Drought Weather Words with Example Sentences Sunrise/sunset […]

Interview Questions | Most Tricky Interview Questions and Answers

Interview Questions! Are you smarter than an interviewer? If you prepare properly, you will be!. Below are some of the most difficult interview question and answers in English. Tricky Interview Questions and Answers During a job interview, employers sometimes ask tricky questions to trip you up – not out of maliciousness, but to get an […]

History of English language

English is a West Germanic language that originated from Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Britain in the mid 5th to 7th centuries AD by Anglo-Saxon migrants from what is now northwest Germany, southern Denmark and the Netherlands. … The Late West Saxon dialect eventually became dominant. The first people to be called ‘English’ were the Anglo-Saxons, […]

Either vs Neither: When to Use Neither vs Either (with Useful Examples)

Either vs Neither! The English words neither vs either can cause some problems for native and non-native speakers of English. Either vs Neither Neither Definition and Examples 1. Neither can also be followed by (one) of + group of two: Neither of them is ready. Neither one of them is ready. Neither of us has […]

Colon (:) When to Use a Colon with Colon Punctuation Rules

Most of the times, the Colon (:) symbol is misunderstood, due to every culture and the way it is used for those cultures. Usually, Latin relatives languages (Eastern Europe) are using the colon with different purposes than Americans. Because the colon came from Latin writers, this punctuation mark kept it’s pure meanings for Latin countries. […]

It’s time to learn how to tell the time in English

Learn how to tell the time in English. We use the time to sequence events, to compare their duration and the intervals between them, and to quantify the speed at which objects move and things change. To measure time, we can use anything that repeats itself regularly. One example is the dawn of a new […]

How to Confidently Introduce Yourself in English

How to Confidently Introduce Yourself in English Introduce Yourself: Name Question: What’s your name? Answer: My name is …/ I’m … My full/ first/ last name is … You can call me …/ They call me …/ Please call me …/ Everyone call me … My nick name is … Introduce Yourself: Country Question: Where […]