Valentine’s Day: Vocabulary

It is that time of year where we give flowers, chocolates or cards of affection to particular people which could only mean that it is Valentine’s Day. It is such a wonderful […]

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How to Start a Conversation in English

By Jennifer Rieck   Meeting new people and making friends can be one of the most challenging parts of an experience abroad but also one of the most memorable. Here […]

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3 English Words I Will Never Forget and Why

By Luciana Patri English is such a fascinating language with an extensive and sometimes eccentric vocabulary. Here are some of Luciana’s favourite words – what are yours? Berserk Deriving from […]

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Top tips for complimenting in English

By Jennifer Rieck   Who doesn’t like to be complimented? Complimenting someone is a friendly way to approach them and to let them know you are interested in talking to […]

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English Words Which Sound the Same But Are Different

English Words Which Sound the Same But Are Different | LTC

English, as a language, has many barriers that foreign students must overcome. One of these barriers, which really baffles new learners, is words which sound the same but which actually […]

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Five Essential Words/Expressions about British Winters

As we are in the middle of winter, with snow storms in America and in parts of Asia, it seems appropriate to write about vocabulary related to this topic. It can be cold in the UK but what other words can we use to describe our weather? Hopefully you will learn some new words as we look at 5 expressions you could use when speaking with friends in English about the Winter.

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