Sharing is caring


Sharing is caring” is a common English expression but do you know what exactly it means? 😕

It has a very profound meaning. It means that when we share something with someone else it is equal to caring them. Sharing ideas, thoughts, experiences, things that have helped us in our journey is a way to show care to our friends and people around us. 💖

That’s why I created this blog. The main purpose of it is to share tips, ideas, games and resources that will help you in your learning journey. 💡

Over the past months this community has grown so fast and I think it is a good idea that you also share tips and resources with other members of the community.

I’m inviting you to share with me and with other English learners tips and resources that have helped you improve your English. 😊

How can you share your tips?

Things that you can post in the comments below: 🔗 💡👇

  • YouTube videos or YouTube channels
  • Facebook, Instagram, TikTok profiles of English teachers
  • Websites to learn and practice grammar
  • Podcasts to practice listening
  • Books or websites to practice reading
  • Websites or apps to practice speaking

On behalf of this amazing community of English learners around the world 🌎:

Thanks for your generosity 🙏


Useful Phrases for New Year’s Resolutions


A New Year, new opportunities to improve your English! It’s time to start thinking about New Year resolutions.

A resolution is a firm decision to do or not to do something in the future. In English there are different ways to talk about our resolutions depending on how determined we are to accomplish them.

There are different websites with useful information about how to make and keep New Year’s resolutions. However, here I’m going to talk about the grammar behind talking about our resolutions in English.

In the table below you can find some useful sentence starters that you can use to talk about your New Year’s resolutions.

Sentence starterMeaningExample
(+) I’m going to + base form
(-) I’m not going to + base form
It’s a plan or
intention for the future
I’m going to practice English every day.
I’m not going to eat junk food.
(+) I‘m planning to + base formThings that you are almost definitely going to do.
Things that you have already scheduled or made some preparations for.
I’m planning to take English classes during the summer.
I hope to + base form
I‘d like to + base form
Things you want to do but you it’s not a definite planI hope to travel more.
I’d like to lose weight.
I might + base form
I may + base form
I‘m thinking about + gerund
Things you are considering, but you’re not sure if you will do it or not.I might travel to Brazil.
I may apply to grad school.
I’m thinking about changing careers.

Practice time

  1. Choose 1 item per column.
  2. Write the names of each item in order. For example: hamburger, wine, mountain, Whatsapp.
  3. Repeat step 2 two more times.
  4. Swipe left to find out your resolution.
  5. Use the sentence starters in the chart below and the words in the New Year’s resolution generator to make your sentences.


I’m going to stop taking selfies after zumba.

I’m not going to stop taking selfies after zumba.

I hope to stop taking selfies after zumba.

I‘m thinking about stopping taking selfies after zumba.

Share your resolutions with us.