The 10 WORST English mistakes you’re making

Test yourself and find out if you make any of these mistakes in English! These are some of the worst mistakes people make in English — but they are also very common. Both native speakers of English and English learners make them.


Learn English Tenses: 4 ways to talk about the FUTURE

How many ways do you know to talk about the future in English? In this video, you will learn four easy ways to talk about the future: will, going to, the present continuous, and the simple present. You will find out how to compare when and how we use these grammatical tenses to talk about the future.

English Vocabulary: other words for LIKE and DON’T LIKE

Want to talk about things you like and don’t like without sounding boring? In this vocabulary lesson, you will learn some expressions that mean «I like» and «I don’t like». Using these words and expressions will make you sound more interesting and less repetitive. By the end of this video, you will be able to use words and expressions such as «loathe», «not my cup of tea», «I’m into», «can’t stand», «fond of», and many more.

Help! I’m not improving my English!

Do you sometimes feel like you’re not improving your English? The good news is that you are improving, but you just aren’t noticing it. In this video, you will learn some helpful tips you can use to evaluate your progress. We will talk about keeping a journal, goal setting, and other techniques you can use to evaluate your learning process. After watching this useful lesson, you will have new tools to measure your success.



University English: Expressions and Vocabulary

Interested in college or university? In this fun lesson, you’ll learn common expressions to talk about studying in university. You’ll learn vocabulary by hearing a story about a student’s real-life experience in university. Even if you’re not going to university, you’ll often hear these English expressions in movies and on television. These terms are also really important to learn if you’re going to be taking the IELTS or TOEFL. Don’t miss out on this conversational lesson, so that you can talk about university life just like a native English speaker!

English Grammar: Relative Pronouns and Clauses

In this lesson, you are going to look at the use of words such as ‘who’, ‘whom’, ‘whose’, ‘which’, ‘that’ etc. when they are used as relative pronouns to connect two clauses. You will also learn when you can drop these words in a complex sentence.