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“Excited” or “exciting”? Adjectives ending in ‘-ed’ or ‘-ing’

The lesson includes a video tutorial, a follow-up video or audio and an interactive test. You will learn, once and for all, when to use adjectives “interested,” “excited,” “frightened” as opposed to “interesting,” “exciting,” “frightening,” etc. It’s just an ending, but it might change the whole meaning! Let us show you real-life conversations and help Read More

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“Policeman” or “police officer”? Be politically correct

The lesson includes a video tutorial, a follow-up video or audio and an interactive test. As you may know, in most languages nouns have grammatical genders – masculine, feminine, neuter. English nouns do not have genders. What about professions, especially since women have entered once male professions? Is it okay to say “policeman,” “spokesman,” “chairman?” Read More

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Inspiration

The lesson includes a video tutorial, a follow-up video or audio and an interactive test. If nothing else, this lesson will inspire you! You will learn about the origin and forms of the word “inspiration”. Our lecture and conversations are full of examples from real-life situations, so make sure you check it out and bring Read More

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“Handicapped” or “people with disabilities”..? Be politically correct

The lesson includes a video tutorial, a follow-up video or audio and an interactive test. English is a diplomatic language and it’s advisable to use politically correct terms to avoid being disrespectful or discriminative to others. In this lesson you will learn how to address people with physical or mental conditions and why terms “handicapped” Read More