Leanne explains the use of some, any, and no.
Learn several important and popular ways to use comparative adjectives in English. This video is for students at a pre-intermediate level.
Learn how to use “like” as a preposition. This video is for students at a pre-intermediate level. This video is part two of a two-part lesson.
Some think that every tree has a soul. It’s hard not to agree after a walk in the woods, surrounded by these beautifully imposing creatures that creak, sway and at times seem to talk to the world. One artist couple, Zonenkinder, is toying with the physical manifestation of that notion by drawing faces on trees around the world, bringing them to life and revealing their personalities.
This video is on how to write a successful persuasive, opinion-based academic essay in English. Students will learn how to structure and organize an opinion essay and will be given tips to make their essays successful.
Every modern typographer agrees on the one-space rule. It’s one of the canonical rules of the profession, in the same way that waiters know that the salad fork goes to the left of the dinner fork and fashion designers know to put men’s shirt buttons on the right and women’s on the left.