Posts Tagged ‘learn english vocabulary’

5 Idioms: Money

We have here 5 idioms about money or financial status. well off / well to do / well heeled – rich Example: Ben can travel the world without any worries on expenses because he is well heeled. tighten your belt – spend less than usual Example: I need to tighten my belt just until I […]

Vocabulary: Name This

This vocabulary exercise is for beginners level. Building vocabulary through pictures is one of the best ways to improve vocabulary skills. So, when I saw this in one of the ebooks I had, I thought that it would be a good vocabulary exercise. What you need to do: Name the things found in the picture. […]

Facts about Antonym or Opposite

Since one of our English Exercises is Antonyms, I thought of sharing you this Wikipedia link that explores the facts of opposite or antonyms. Do you know that not all words have antonyms? How did I know this? It’s here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opposite_(semantics Antonyms Vocabulary Practice Here.

Word Forms Practice 01

English is a beautiful yet complicated language. There are millions of words and counting. For non-native English speakers, especially those in the beginner and elementary levels, word formation and its usage are difficult and confusing. So, I thought of personal language meme called word tickle. The aim is to tickle the brain by using word […]