Learning English isn’t only words and grammar. The interplay of prepositions with nouns, pronouns, and phrases; colorful uses of metaphors, idioms and phrasal verbs are just some of the things that goes into it.
- Atomos is quick to react with products that seemingly bridge the gaps in software
- Cupertino giant is playing around with the idea of creating laptop-style docking stations, that can hold an iPhone or iPad.
- It's the most annoying thing in the history of mankind
- So here is the game plan
- I built Logojoy to make it a breeze for anyone to create a simple, good looking logo
Write emails or post messages on social networks like a native speaker.
A collection that allows you to be more confident while giving presentations in English. Here you'll find phrases for opening presentations, conclusions, branching topics, arguments ...
Be fluent while discussing, debating, arguing and disputing
Useful phrases for hanging out in pubs, cafés, dining out etc.
Useful phrases that can help you make yourself understood in English while travelling. Directions, Hotels, Restaurants ...
Real and natural phrases for giving and asking for directions.
- I am writing to request your assistance concerning the matter of defective parts.
- Any information you could give would be helpful.
- I am writing in connection with last week's meeting about the Johnson account.
- I am writing with regard to our telephone conversation concerning the high amount of absenteeism.
- The reason I am sending this message is to clarify a few things.
This phrasebook is a collection of phrasal verbs you can use in business.
This collection is about hotels and accomodation.
- Though Tesla holds enormous promise, it is an extremely risky investment at its current sky-high valuation
- I’m 69 later this year — and I’ve had a pretty good run.
- But as utterly terrifying as Jaws has been made out to be, it’s also one of the most visually stimulating spectacles one could ever witness
- It’s hard. I am super busy the entire time
- The term ‘animal rights’ has become largely meaningless.
- We vehemently disagree with Ms Wipper’s claim
- I’m a big believer in leaks for the public interest
- I think we should exhaust the other options before we take a metaphysical sledgehammer to it
- I remain unpersuaded, and I’m not alone in this
- I am convinced that the real value of tenure is at a global level
- Truly useful ideas don't arise from out of the ether or through fancy techniques
- Obama was acutely aware that a one-off strike, could possibly have served as a convincing brush-back pitch
- The company navigates largely uncharted waters for traditional economic strictures
- Shervin, the youngest of three, would read for hours in the bathroom, a quiet oasis in his home.
- the difference between an intrepid moon shot and a misguided fantasy project often hinges entirely on the daredevil behind it
- Common sense will tell you what this word is
- This one should be pretty self explanatory
- For example, when sharing a link to a Buzzfeed recipe with a friend
- So, I'm going to show you a demo of a virtual reality film: a full-screen version of all the information that we capture when we shoot virtual reality
- And that’s about it — it’s basically a
- Knowing that your website is in beta testing mode, I am hesitant to present this tool to my boss
- size and thickness of either of these eReaders
- Neither the Jones nor the Smiths are coming to the party.
- Neither wind, nor rain, nor polar vortex can stop selfies
- Killing and destruction are gathering pace, but neither side is winning
- Do not train children to learning by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each.Plato
- One of the few things a person is willing to pay for and not get. William Lowe Bryan
- “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”― Nelson Mandela
- “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”― Augustine of Hippo
- “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”― Mahatma Gandhi