Christmas Word Scramble
How many words can you make out of CHRISTMAS?
Rules: You don’t necessarily have to use all letters to make a word. Allowed are all words between two and eight letters, but no plurals.
Example two letter word: at
Example 5 letter word: chair (but NOT chairs)
Borrow and lend are often confused by learners of English.
Learn how to correctly use the two verbs and test your knowledge in my quiz!
What Time Is It? The Time of Day and How to Ask for the Time
We all live very busy lives these days. Usually a glance
at your watch tells you whether you’re going to be late for your next appointment. But what if you don’t wear a watch, and there’s no other clock in sight? Ask someone what time it is!
Beside and besides are two words which are often confused by learners of English.
Beside means: next to, alongside, adjacent to (preposition).
Besides means: in addition to, apart from (preposition) / anyway (adverb, used to give another reason or make an extra comment about something)
Let’s look at a few examples:
Halloween is near!
Therefore, today’s topic are Halloween themed idioms.
There are a lot of idioms to do with blood, weapons and skeletons etc in the English language!
Are you brave enough to try my Halloween idioms quiz? Continue reading…