American Style Speaking No.1 2

“American Style Speaking“ is the new section in “LWL” zone. in these posts you will find a pdf file and an audio file (mp3 format) that compressed in a zip file. each post is a lesson extracted from a short story, that written in American routine talking mode which can improves your American accent speaking. in end ...

Plurals In English 1

Plurals Many English words form their plural by the addition of a final -s. This simple plural ending is used following most consonant sounds, even when the final letter is a silent -e. The plural ending -s is also found after vowel sounds, even when the spelling of a word with a final vowel sound ...

Common English Tongue Twisters 3

Common English Tongue Twisters
Tongue twisters  are words, phrases, or sentences which are difficult to articulate because of a succession of similar consonantal sounds. These sentences are strongly recommended to those who have problem with their pronunciation. Try to read sentences bellow loudly and as fast as possible. It seems to be rather funny but after a while you’ll ...

LWL Pack #3 (Songs+Lyrics)

LWL Pack #3 (Songs+Lyrics)
after a pause, now,  the 3rd post in LWL (Listen – Watch – Learn) category. This LWL pack contains 4 songs and their lyrics – audio files is in .mp3/ogg  formant, and lyrics are in text format. you can download each one -song or it’s lyric-  separately, just click on links. Bon Jovi_-_Always.mp3 Green Day_-_21 Guns.mp3 Coldplay_-_Beautiful World.mp3 ...

Out Of Nazareth by O Henry (short story) 1

Out Of Nazareth by O Henry Okochee, in Georgia, had a boom, and J. Pinkney Bloom came out of it with a “wad.” Okochee came out of it with a half-million-dollar debt, a two and a half per cent. city property tax, and a city council that showed a propensity for traveling the back streets ...

“Haiku” by J.Zimmerman

Haiku by J. Zimmerman The Haiku is a Japanese verse form, and its name is generally translated as “good words.” A haiku is just a tiny poem, the size of your breath. They are good for you. History. The Haiku originated in Japan. Historically, it derives from the haikai (a linked-verse poem) which was created ...

Words Differentiation (#2) 1

Words Differentiation (#2)
There are many  words in English which have close meanings to each other and its always hard (specially for non-native English learners) to recognize and choose when to use them. Here are some definitions & differences about some mysterious words that are so similar ! (Chapter 2 ) ‘lie’ or ‘lay’ lie : to rest; ...

Key Facts about Nouns and Pronouns

Key Facts about Nouns and Pronouns
Key Facts about Nouns Nouns describe concrete things that you can see or touch: a friend, a house, a church; and abstract things that you can not see or touch: happiness, information, love, time. 1. Plurals To form the plural of most nouns add -(e)s: friend-friends, house-houses, church-churches Nouns ending in -ch, -sh, -s, -ss, ...

Idioms of Anger (#1) 1

Idioms of Anger (#1)
Being angry These informal idioms can be used either about yourself or about a third person. I’m fed up (to the back teeth) with trying to live on such a small wage. I’m at my wits’ end trying to keeps things in order. ( wits: intelligence, brain) I’ve had it up to here with this ...

Confessions Of A Humorist by O Henry (short story) 1

Confessions Of A Humorist by O Henry There was a painless stage of incubation that lasted twenty-five years, and then it broke out on me, and people said I was It. But they called it humor instead of measles. The employees in the storebought a silver inkstand for the senior partner on his fiftieth birthday. ...