Weather Idioms – Idioms about Weather in English

Weather Idioms - Idioms about Weather in English 1

This is a list of about the most common weather idioms in English, with meanings and examples. Weather Idioms in English Raining Cats and Dogs Meaning: Raining very hard Example: Wow! Look outside. It’s raining cats and dogs. (To be) Full of Hot Air Meaning: A person who talks a lot and says things that aren’t … Read more

9 Important Adverbs of Frequency for ESL Learners

9 Important Adverbs of Frequency for ESL Learners 3

We use adverbs of frequency to say how often we do something. Adverbs of frequency are often used with the Present Simple because they indicate repeated or routine activities. Adverbs of Frequency 100% – always – She likes dancing. She always goes to the night club to dance. 90% – usually – They usually quarrel. … Read more

How to Use I Wish / If Only in Sentences

How to Use I Wish / If Only in Sentences 5

When you say “I wish…” you are talking about something that you want but probably will not happen, or you don’t think will happen. Learn how to use I Wish / If Only in this lesson. How to Use I Wish / If Only There are three distinct types of  I wish / if only  sentences: Wish, wanting … Read more

7 Important Phrasal Verbs with READ: Read over, Read off, Read back…

7 Important Phrasal Verbs with READ: Read over, Read off, Read back... 6

Phrasal Verbs with READ! Learn read over meaning, read off meaning, read back meaning, read over meaning, read for meaning, read up on meaning…The list below provides commonly used phrasal verbs of the word READ in English with ESL printable worksheet. Learn more about a list of important phrasal verbs in English. Phrasal Verbs with … Read more

Auxiliary Verbs | Meaning, Useful List & Examples in English

Auxiliary Verbs | Meaning, Useful List & Examples in English 9

Auxiliary Verbs! Learn the definition, auxiliary verb examples & how to use them in an English sentence and the difference between auxiliary verbs and full verbs with ESL printable infographic. Auxiliary Verbs Meaning An Auxiliary Verb (or Helping Verb) is a verb that changes or helps another verb. Auxiliary means “extra” or “different”. Auxiliary verbs like “do” can be used to make … Read more

LOSE vs LOOSE | Commonly Confused Words | Definition & Examples

LOSE vs LOOSE | Commonly Confused Words | Definition & Examples 10

Homonyms LOSE vs LOOSE are words that sound the same when pronounced, but are spelled differently and have different meanings. Difference between LOSE vs LOOSE Lose | Definition & Examples Many people make this mistake. They inevitably interchange the words loose and lose while writing. LOSE means to suffer a loss or defeat.  Thus, you would … Read more

50+ Important Verbs Followed By INFINITIVES in English

50+ Important Verbs Followed By INFINITIVES in English 11

Verbs Followed by Infinitives in English! Here are some of the most useful and common infinitive verb list in English with ESL printable infographic.  List of Verbs Followed By Infinitives Here is the important verbs that are followed by infinitives: Agree Manage Appear Need Arrange Neglect Ask Offer Begin Plan Can’t bear Prefer Can’t stand … Read more