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Are you planning to take a vacation to the United States sometime soon? Perhaps you would like to visit a big city like New York City or Los Angeles or maybe you want to see the Grand Canyon or Yellowstone National Park. There are so many places to visit in the U.S., but before you go, take some time to brush up on vocabulary and American English expressions that you can use at hotels, at airports, while taking public transportation or while driving in the U.S. Check out the vocabulary and expressions below to get started. read more
A verb is a word or group of words that describes an action, experience, or state, such as 'come', 'see', 'jump' and 'put on'. There are estimated to be more than 20,000 verbs in the English language. Here is a list of the top 25 verbs from the Oxford English Dictionary.
Adjectives describe an attribute of a noun, for example, long hair, new car, old house. There are estimated to be more than 100,000 adjectives in the English language - far too many to learn of course, but here is a good list to get you started...
Every culture, country and language has its own way of offering good wishes and holiday greetings, so with Christmas fast approaching, let’s look at all the ways you can wish people well over the Christmas season in English and the best way to use each type.
It is not too late to learn some last minute Christmas adjectives. You may hear them being used during your Christmas celebrations or you may see them on Christmas greeting cards. Here is a list of some commonly used English word adjectives which describe Christmas, and a guide on how you might wish to use them.