10 Great English Children’s Books for ESL Students
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10 Great English Children’s Books for ESL Students

Have you ever read a whole book in English? Maybe you have tried but never made it to the end, or maybe you started to read one, didn’t recognize most of the words, and gave up? That’s because books can have complicated vocabulary or grammar. Well, if that’s your case, keep reading this blog post…

Complete Guide to 14 Punctuation Marks and Symbols in English
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Complete Guide to 14 Punctuation Marks and Symbols in English

Being able to use punctuation marks correctly is essential for anyone learning a language. The reason why is because punctuation can change the meaning of your sentence according to where it is placed. A good example is a sentence like “Let’s eat, grandpa”. When written in that way, Grandpa is invited to eat with us….

How Writing a Diary Will Transform Your English Skills
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How Writing a Diary Will Transform Your English Skills

Did you keep a diary or journal? We do! Not only is it great for recording memories, but it will completely transform your English skills. Read a few entries from our friend Julia’s journal. Julia has been journaling for almost one year now and she tells you all the reasons why she believes journaling can…

How to Play Along: A Lesson to Learn English Music Vocabulary
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How to Play Along: A Lesson to Learn English Music Vocabulary

Failure is a difficult experience. Sometimes failure happens because we do not have the right resources or time, sometimes it is because we do not try hard enough, and other times it is because we do not have the talent. In this case, a poet teaches us about her experience of learning how to play…

See, Sea, C: Why you should learn English homophones
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See, Sea, C: Why you should learn English homophones

Have you ever wondered why so many English words sound the same? It’s a common question from English language learners. The truth is that English sounds can be made with different combinations of letters. Consider this list of example words. What is similar about them? What is different? bread / bred break / brake sea / see Each pair…