What is your level in English?
Beginners English – Level A0
Elementary English – Level A1
Pre-Intermediate English – Level A2
Intermediate English – Level B1
Upper Intermediate English – Level B2
Advanced English – Level C1
Proficiency English – Level C2
Read in English – Free ESL books to download
Write in English. How to write a blog / Write an essay
Write a book… Why not?
Listen to English. Web sites for listening
Speak English – How to learn, What to do…
Grammar – What you should know
Words, Names, Vocabulary…
Fruits and Vegetables Vocabulary
How To Vocabulary
Job Application Vocabulary
Work and Job Vocabulary
Protein Foods Vocabulary
Top 1000 words used
Auxiliary and Modal Verbs
British and American.
Christmas is coming… my best wishes to all.
Contronym – one word with two meanings
Do or Not Do – Tips for correcting simple errors
To DO or To MAKE – Which one should I use?
Due To and Owing To – Which one should I use?
Family Members and their names
Get and Become
Happy 2017 to all my readers and their families.
Hear and Listen
Hello and Goodbye
Homonyms – What are they?
If Only – When to use ‘If Only’
Infinitives and Gerunds
Interjections / Exclamations
LIKE – Is it a Verb or a Preposition?
Likes and Dislikes
Like or As – which to use
LIVE – a verb, an adjective, a noun and a gerund
MY or ME – which should we use?
Negatives without Positives
Nouns in English
Paradigms of Irregular Verbs
Past Simple vs Present Perfect
Phrasal Verbs… here are just a few
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Practice – which way to spell it?
Prefixes and Suffixes can change the meaning of a word
Preposition Chart for IN, ON, AT
Pronouns in English
Questions in English
Same sound but different meanings
SAY or TELL – Know the difference
The verbs SIT and SET
Start speaking English today?
Subject and Object Questions
Time – How to tell the time in English
THE and when we don’t use it
Top 20 Words in English
The Verb TO BE – Present Tense
The Verb To COME
The Verb To DO
The Verb To GET
The Verb To GO
The Verb To HAVE
The Verb To MAKE
The Verb To SAY
The Verb To TAKE
UP – a very versatile little word
Wish and Hope?