21 Adjectives to Describe a Father
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3d ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson.  Father is a pillar of a family and more often than not, children look up to him and seek their advice and support even when they have families of their own. Not all fathers are equal but we all need them to feel valued and understood. In that sense, let’s look at 21 adjectives to describe a father. The post 21 Adjectives to Describe a Father appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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Verbs Related to Clothing
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1w ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. Do you know the difference between the verbs get dressed and dress up? Fit and suit? Keep reading because in today’s lesson, we will look at ten vocabulary verbs related to clothing. The post Verbs Related to Clothing appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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Phrasal Verbs Related to Age
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1w ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. When learning a new vocabulary, language learners develop not only their knowledge but also become more fluent; they can say what they want much more effectively and express their thoughts and ideas more correctly and adequately. Phrasal verbs are an especially essential part of the English language as they enable you to understand native speakers much better because they are extremely frequently used in spoken language.  In that sense, in today’s lesson, we will look at the phrasal verbs related to age. The post Phrasal Verbs Related to Ag ..read more
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The Suffix -SHIP
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1w ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. Today, we will look at some new vocabulary, nouns ending in the suffix -SHIP. We normally add it to the words to create a noun; it originates from the old English -scipe, meaning ‘shape’. It is used to indicate state, condition, position, office, skills, etc. Here are 20 nouns ending in -SHIP The post The Suffix -SHIP appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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Learn, Study, Revise, Teach
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2w ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. Have you ever wondered if there is a difference between the verbs learn and study? In today’s lesson, we will discuss the difference between the words learn, study, revise and teach. We will also learn some advanced vocabulary you can use in similar context. The post Learn, Study, Revise, Teach appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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20 SUN Idioms and Expressions
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2w ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. Today, we will look at the 20 SUN idioms and expressions. We will explain their meanings and give two example sentences for each idiom so you can understand how to use them in context. The post 20 SUN Idioms and Expressions appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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9 Idioms with CATCH
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by My Lingua Academy
3w ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. We will learn 9 idioms with CATCH. Catch your breath Catch 22 It takes a thief to catch a thief You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar The early bird catches the worm Catch someone red-handed Caught between a rock and a hard place Be/get caught in the middle Catch you later  The post 9 Idioms with CATCH appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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Words and Phrases to Express Exception
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3w ago
Hello English learners! Welcome to a new lesson. In case you are going to sit for your FCE, CAE, IELTS, TOEFL, or similar English assessment test, this is a great lesson for you. You probably have to exercise writing an essay, article, email, proposal, report or review so writing phrases are most welcome. In today’s lesson, we will look at the words and phrases to express exception. Exception refers to a person or a fact that is excluded from a general rule or a statement. The post Words and Phrases to Express Exception appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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Modal Verbs of Obligation
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1M ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. Grammar is an essential part of any language. It is the cement that holds a language together. Modal verbs are special verbs in the English language. We use them to express modality. They help a lot when we talk about permission, ability, making requests, etc. In today’s lesson, we will discuss modal verbs of obligation. Modal verbs of obligations are must, have to and should. The post Modal Verbs of Obligation appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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10 Ways to Say CLEAN
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1M ago
Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. Which is more important – grammar or vocabulary? It is not easy to say but many language teachers or even learners will say that vocabulary is more important. We all know people who do not have a good knowledge of grammar but can make understandable sentences because they know enough words in a foreign language. In that sense, in today’s lesson, we will look at 10 ways to say CLEAN. The post 10 Ways to Say CLEAN appeared first on My Lingua Academy ..read more
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