Whether you are living in an English-speaking country or not, you should be studying English on your own as well. Even if you are in an ESL class or are immersed in English as a worker in the U.S., self-study is essential to improving your language skills. You have already started on the right path… Continue reading Tips For English Self-Study – Audio Lessons
Losing a tooth can be a scary experience, so it’s no surprise that parents throughout history have created rituals to celebrate this rite of passage. In the United States, children who leave a newly lost tooth under their pillow know to expect a nocturnal visit from the Tooth Fairy, who might leave a shiny quarter,… Continue reading Tooth Fairy (American Traditions) – Audio Lesson
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A fun way to learn idioms. Cut up the sheet and fold each idiom. Let one volunteer pick an idiom and draw it on the whiteboard or flip chart for the class to guess. After the class has guessed it, discuss the idiom and encourage learners to use it in a sentence
A fun way to learn idioms.
How to say to walk in different ways in English
Break the ice means to do or say something to relieve tension or get conversation started at the start of a party or when people meet for the first time.
There are many different ways of making polite requests in English. If you don't want to sound rude when speaking English, then you need to know how to make a request in a polite way.
At Vision Literacy, we believe what you learn from textbooks and what you learn from the real world are two different things when it comes to language learning. We encourage the use of everyday language from real-life that helps you understand people better and helps you fit in and of course it will help you avoid any more awkward situations.
British and American English often use different terms to describe the same thing.