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The 26 letters in alphabetical order
A for Alpha, B for Bravo, C for Charlie
What's the difference between a dictionary and a thesaurus?
What's the difference between a synonym and an antonym?
Do we say bring/take? almost/most? do/make?
A picture is worth a thousand words. These pages look at the colourful language of simile, metaphor, hyperbole and oxymoron.
Words, usually, nouns, derived from the names of real or fictitious people
Selected English quotations, giving author details, word definitions and contextual notes
English sayings and proverbs, with possible interpretations, word definitions, explanations, origins, quizzes and answers
Conversational phrases are expressions that are typically used in speaking, less so in writing.
English slang words and phrases, with definitions, sample sentences, origins, notes, warnings, quizzes and answers
A reference of English phrasal verbs, with definitions, explanations, example sentences, quizzes and answers
Common English idioms in categories, with meanings, example sentences and quizzes.
Hundreds more idioms with definitions, explanations, sample sentences, quizzes and answers
Collocations are words that go together, like fast food or vaguely remember. These pages explain collocations and give examples.
Over one thousand collocations with example sentences, notes and quizzes
A light-hearted look at vocabulary and curiosities in handy chunks of 7
Useful expressions for functions like giving advice, apologizing or asking for opinions
Some of the main differences in terms of words
The language of meauring weight, in British and American English
Som common male and female equivalent terms for people, occupations and family members
Equivalent military ranks in British and US armies, navies and air forces
Foreign words in English, including common Latin and French phrases and abbreviations