How can you learn English with films? Read this blog post for some learning tips and a list of amazing films about travelling which will help you improve your listening skills and vocabulary.
Did you know that HARDLY means not the same as HARD or LATELY has a completely different meaning from LATE? Figure out how to use tricky words ending in -ly suffix with our new episode.
I hear that people often confuse verbs of speaking: SPEAK, TALK, TELL, and SAY. How good are you with these verbs? Check with our new quiz.
At the beginning of the new year, we always make plans and think what we want to achieve. I am teaching you some great phrases to help you discuss your ambitions.
Let's learn phrasal verbs about using the phone in episode 36 of 'Figure Out English' podcast. How do you say 'Wait'? How to explain your connection was lost? Learn to speak naturally with these phrasal verbs.
How to describe learning in conversational English? Learn some useful idioms and set expressions from our 'Figure Out English' podcast.
Learn and practise important collocations and phrasal verbs with GO with me. What are the typical structures where you can use the verb ‘go’? How does it combine with prepositions and other parts of speech? Let me tell you all…
We often need to say that something is not easy to do. Let’s learn some synonyms for describing difficult tasks and jobs.
Today I am describing how to use have as an empty verb in everyday speaking phrases.
Last updated: September 05, 2020 Is it a good idea to improve your English watching TV series? Of course! I will tell you today about the great TV series to learn English with. They are easier to understand than others if…