Are you ready to travel abroad? You already know many words before you go. Words like hotel, taxi and police are international words and used in almost every country! Now you can learn and practise more key English words, phrases, questions and answers before you book your trip.
You don’t need to make an appointment to see a doctor at a walk-in clinic. Learn a few key expressions and questions before you get sick or injured.
When an English friend’s loved one dies, take a moment to express your sympathy.
Listen and read along to help prepare for your next parent-teacher interview.
Let the library be your language partner in learning English.
Useful vocabulary for surviving the heat in an English-speaking country. Includes audio.
You know how to ask for directions, but can you give them?
What are you craving for dessert?
Words, expressions and tips for grocery shopping in English.
Parking tickets are pricey. Learn these English words, expressions, and tips about parking before you travel.
Words and expressions that will help you stay earth-friendly while you are travelling
There’s more to getting a ride than saying, “Taxi!”
Weddings are a great place to listen to and practise your English. This vocabulary will help you enjoy their important day!
Don’t stand and worry at the bus stop. Learn these words and phrases and reach your destination on time.
‘Tis the season for saying “Happy Holidays” in English-speaking countries.
Learn what Internet abbreviations stand for. It will help you remember the meaning.
5 adjectives you should know and understand when using the Internet in English
The Internet is a hot topic. Learn 5 verbs related to the Internet. Then, take the Survivor Challenge.
There is a lot of vocabulary to learn about the Internet. Learn 5 nouns in Part 1 of this series.
The bar can be loud and busy. It can be difficult for bartenders to hear and understand non-native speakers and vice versa. Know what you want to drink before you walk in.
Airports are stressful. Learn the language you will need before you fly!
Don’t be afraid to go to an English restaurant! Most servers are used to English learners.
Understanding each other is the key to communication. Don’t pretend to understand.
One of the most important things you will say in English is “thank you”.
Common questions, problems, and expressions related to shopping.
There is one more than one way to say sorry in English. Here’s how to “own up” to your mistakes.
Not every tour comes with a translator. Tour guides may use English expressions that you don’t understand. Here are 10 to learn before you sign up for a tour. 1. travel light: Don’t pack a lot of items. Bring only what you need. Please travel light tomorrow. We have a lot of walking to do. […]
To find out the time something is going to happen in an English speaking country, use “when”.
Do you know your ID in English? Learn the names of important cards, documents, and slips before you go.
10 questions travellers ask: “Where”
5 Ways to Say Hello and Good bye