In the second part of his back-to-basics series, Oliver Pritchard takes a look at word types: nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs. Avoid making mistakes by understanding how to spot them and how to use them
Films are one of those topics that pretty much everyone likes. They’re also very common on exams like IELTS. How to write a film review.
As we continue learning vocabulary related to all areas of life in Bogota, we can’t avoid the topic of crime and safety, Katie Jacoby makes sure you have your wits and your words about you...
Want to stick to those New Year's resolutions? Thinking about getting into shape? We have the perfect piece for you - all the local body and fitness lingo you need to shape up in 2015
Are you OK? Do you need a helping hand? This month Phil Stoneman looks at how to form questions in English.
If you want to make the most out of studying English then these tips will help you up your efficiency and make every second of study count.
Writing reports in English can seem like difficult work: so much information to include, and a very specific way to write it all to make it as clear as possible. With this guide to writing reports in English, you’ll be a report master before you know it.
As the city returns to normal after the mayoral elections Katie Jacoby gets our vote of confidence as she whips through the vocabulary of voting.
We help you make your New Year’s resolutions and talk about the year ahead Happy New Year! Across the world, many people celebrate the new...
People often get confused when talking about habits from the past. Here are some top tips on how to master the skill and leave...