You need to learn how to ask for help in English first, before anything else. Agree? This is the structure you will use most of all. And your main task: to be polite and friendly - only this way you will get the help you need.
This new episode of 'Figure Out English' podcast will teach you how to use 'like' in 2 different meanings.
In episode 9 of our podcast, we learnt how to talk about preferences and use 'like' in phrases 'I like doing (or to do) something'.
But I am sure you have seen or heard 'like' being used in other types of phrases: 'look like', 'be like'. It's a bit confusing, isn't it? Too much 'Like'. I will teach you how to use 'like' not just as a verb, but also as a preposition in everyday questions.
Let's jump right to the episode!
Guest post by Ashleigh from My Business English Coach.
Do you run or work for a small business or startup? Here are some the most useful business English expressions to help you rock small business talk, get you business English fluent and express yourself (like a boss) this year.
Not all business phrases are created equal, some are used much more than others. In this article I’ll show you some of the most common business English expressions for small businesses. I’ll also show you how to actually use these phrases in real life situations, so you can use them too.
In my recent Facebook live video session, I was talking about two main aspects of learning English effectively: self-organisation and schedules. Finding the time for English learning is probably the most popular problem I hear about.
In many cases, people lose motivation after a while. They feel guilty and it leads to giving up. And we can't let this happen, right?
What are the best English learning websites? These days, Internet offers numerous opportunities for online language learning and the question on choice becomes the biggest one, I believe.
Last week I was very pleased to know that Amy from 'Real English Conversations' decided to include me into her article 'Learn English Online with these 30 Incredible Websites'.
Learn how to give and ask for recommendations for things and places. You can't just say: 'Go there', it's rude, isn't it?
Imagine someone is visiting your town - what will you recommend them to see? Say: 'You should go ...'. Learn more phrases like that and how to ask for recommendations in this new episode: