Here’s a chance to increase your marriage vocabulary (just in time for the summer wedding season) with a true love story from within SGI. Saturday 23rd June 2012 was a very special day. Two former SGI teachers got married to each other – thus, making it the first SGI wedding in all of its [...]
Homophones are words with different meanings and spellings, but with the same pronunciation (in British English). Look out for the homophones in bold in the text and then check out the glossary to understand the difference between the homophones. The American socialite, Kim Kardashian is probably used to receiving plenty of flowers and expensive [...]
‘For’ can be used lots of different ways in English. Look out for the different ‘for’ meanings in the text and then read the explanations below. For those of you who don’t know, one of Britain’s best-loved exports of TV is the brilliantly named Bear Grylls. His show about survival in the wild, called [...]
Prepositions of place are highlighted in the article and then explained in the preposition list below the video. If, like me, you like photography and wildlife, there is only one place to be this weekend – The Natural History Museum! It is one of the top 5 museums in London and even better, every [...]
A dark horse; top dog; having a whale of a time – What do these animal idioms mean? Find out in the article and vocabulary glossary
Though Although Despite In spite of…how do you use these words in English? Look at the text examples & then learn with the grammar section
Irregular Verbs in Past Simple are difficult in English. You must learn the verbs because there are no rules. Included here is also a reference table of Preterite Irregular Verbs.
Suggestions about what to do when the cold snap sets in. Plus lots of vocabulary about snow and interesting idioms about the ‘cold’.
An awesome tennis match and an even more incredible explanation of whoever, wherever, whichever, whatever & however!
Adjectives describing people’s character are used to help explain the meaning behind the Chinese animal of each calendar year.