Verb get

Get is one of the most common verbs in English. There are more than 280 definitions of the verb get. But don’t worry! You don’t have to memorize all the definitions. You need to learn how to use the most common phrasal verbs and verb phrases. The most common definitions of the verb get are:Continue reading “Verb get”

Order of Adjectives

Adjectives are words that give us details or more information about a noun or a noun phrase. We use them to give an opinion, describe or give information about the size, age, shape, colour, pattern, nationality or origin and material of nouns.  Vocabulary Practice Level of difficulty:  You can put more than one adjective beforeContinue reading “Order of Adjectives”

2021 New Words About Food

The cuisines of cultures have greatly influenced the way we refer to food. Some of the terms that we commonly use to refer to food are related to new ways of cooking and organization of food preparation. Languages are always evolving and dictionaries keep adding new terms each year. This year, the Merriam-Webster dictionary hasContinue reading “2021 New Words About Food”

Christmas Phrasal verbs

Yaaay! Christmas is coming. That’s my favorite time of the year. I have prepared some flashcards with festive phrasal verbs that you will hear a lot throughout the holiday season. You can give it a try and use some of them in your conversations. Practice time Want to download and print the flashcards and theContinue reading “Christmas Phrasal verbs”

Prefixes and Suffixes

Prefixes and suffixes are letters that we add to words. Both prefixes and suffixes are grammatical elements that belong to a group of words called affixes. Affixes sometimes seem like a crazy code. Indeed, they are like a code based on ancient Latin and Greek. The word affix means in addition to. When they areContinue reading “Prefixes and Suffixes”