because people speak English
It was an unforgettable morning full of excitement and expectations. Finally we made it, we will spend incredible holiday as a family together. Since there isn't lately anything …Continue
Literally, I spent a terrible night yesterday. Whole night I couldn't sleep a wink. Actually I went shopping in the evening. But, it was a horrible experience by all means. Which dress I chose first was unaffordable. Then I went for another, I did bargain but the salesman made it nonnegotiable! After being failure, I went to dine in a fine restaurant with my family. There were plenty of edible food items but due to some unavoidable circumstances, I couldn't…Continue
Last night, I entered my room and I saw two horrible persons. Sometimes they were visible and sometimes they were invisible. I was sure that they were ghosts. I tried to shout but I found myself unable to do so. I decided to handle this situation with bravery. I tried to talk to them. One of them was…Continue
Did you know there are many syndromes or terms that are based on people and sometimes unfortunate circumstances that befell those people? We may be familiar with terms such as Stockholm Syndrome, and its opposite the Lima Syndrome. Whereas, one of the most famous syndromes that I read is the Pavlov's Dog Syndrome.
Anyway, in this blog, I want to share some terms and syndromes that derived from certain circumstances or people, and the story behind the name.
Have you ever blurted out to say something in English but got failed to express and then were left struggling with nothing to say?. Well, it's not always your fault. English doesn't have words for every situation,or even the ones that happen everyday.I'm talking about everyday phenomena that we have all noticed yet don't have terms for it.Fortunately,while we are busy fumbling with hand gestures and illustrations in English…Continue
Just as you can see, I'll try to make some corrections for anyone who really wants to be corrected, or whenever I see the "correction tag", which means you don't mind others correcting you in public/openly.
English is such a tricky language, so it's inevitable for you (a learner of English) to make some mistakes in your writing. In fact, we all make mistakes - even a native English teacher. But we learn from our mistakes.
The problem is that we may have…Continue
Here is my dialogue between Peter and Paul. Right now, we have an upcoming senatorial election which will be held in December.
Peter & Paul
Peter: Hi Paul, What’s up??…Continue
It's really difficult for me to write dialogues but, still I am giving myself a chance.
I have tried to a write dialogue between two friends one of whom lacks confidence.…Continue
Here goes my attempt in trying to write a whole dialogue. As Mr. Bob said, just imagine two people talking to each other. I found it's not so hard after that. So, try not cringe at this conversation. Please be patient with these two chirping birds. LOL
Ina : So, what's the plan for this year? Are we going to visit Europe as planned or are we going to go somewhere else?
Ita : I don't know. I've been thinking about it a lot, but I still can't…Continue
your latest letter made me sad so the only one thing I can do for you as your best friend is to give you some piece of advice I consider the most effective. I know that it isn't easy at all to live alone after divorce and I know that you find each and every advice people order you…Continue
I have just found your letter in which you asked for my advice about choosing a career stream. I am not a counselor to advise you. You can visit a career counselor to get a good piece of advice. His advice would be based on various factors…Continue
Did you ever wonder why the comments were closed for a certain blog?
You may have assumed that the comments must have been closed by a moderator or the admin or the system itself, which may have puzzled you because you didn't find anything wrong with the blogs or the bloggers. In fact, I was puzzled too, and I tried to consult with Tara (the admin), and it turned out that the bloggers themselves disabled the…Continue
Your winter vacations have just started and I am sure you will have plenty of leisure time. I would like to advise you to take advantage of this free time and start reading a…Continue
today I would like to help you little bit and I hope my advice will be useful at least for some of you. You know, I have read many blogs here, no matter what your English level is, and if I sum it up, many times I have come across one mistake, which repeats over and over again. What is…Continue
As usual, after coming back from a long holiday, my brain refuses to cooperate and think too hard. Thus, I need to stop this mental blockage and write something. But then the question is, what should I write? Another rambling? I don't think I want to torture other people with that anymore. So here comes my favourite topic, 'Did You Know?'. In this blog, it's about legal and justice, and hence the word 'court'.
1. Kangaroo Court
Kangaroo court means an unfair,…Continue
I decided to take part in Mr. Bob´s Dialogue Challenge and to prove that dialogue is possible to make even though it is just one man - ehm woman show :-D
So here is my link…
Have you heard the NEW EnglishClub Learning Song that Jonathan made for us?
It would be fun to make another version of this song with the help of MyEC members. Do you have any ideas? Here are two ideas.
It is sometimes useful and fun to practice dialogues with someone. I have been looking on the internet, but haven't found many for higher level students. I wrote this one today and offer it to you to practice with.
If you want to, you can write a dialogue of your own and share it for others to use. You can link it to this blog in the comments and we will all try help you correct your grammar and make the dialogue sound like natural English speech. Anyway, here is the one I wrote…Continue