18 Verbs Which Express the Way of Looking at Things 3

18 verbs which express the way of looking at things: You look at a picture, person, thing, etc. because you want to. You see something without planning to. You watch TV, a movie, or something that happens for a period of time. spot : to notice or recognize someone or something that is difficult to ...

Prefixes (Part 1) 1

Prefixes (Part 1)
Prefix is a word that comes at the beginning of nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs and gives different meanings to these words. There are lots of prefixes, such as prefixes that make an adjective negative or positive and so on. I’m going to introduce you some of these prefixes in this article. OVER Using the ...

Commonly Misspelled Words 4

Commonly Misspelled Words
There are many slippery spelling words in the English language. Here are a few of the most common ones. Perhaps this list will help you write a great article in English-Learners.com [TABLE=7] Tips Practice, Practice, Practice the words. If there is one you struggle with work on spelling that one right. Look at the list ...

Common Errors(part2)

Common Errors(part2)
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. to see vs. to watch: To see means to be aware ...

Words Differentiation (1) 2

Words Differentiation (1)
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 1 ) ‘Able’ or ‘Capable’ able –  if someone ...

Places Where People Play Sports? 2

Places Where People Play Sports?
There are many different places where people play sport! (field ,Stadium,court, Diamond, track, gym, pool, health club, slope, circuit, rink, pitch, course) But the Question is “what’s the difference between them…?” field : a large area of ground, usually covered with grass, where team sports are played: a football/baseball/soccer field . . . . Stadium: ...

Misused Forms (3)

Misused Forms (3)
Using the Wrong Preposition Most common collocational mistakes which usually Non-native English learners commit. Get rid of, not from. Don’t say: I’ll be glad to get rid from him. Say: I’ll be glad to get rid of him. Glad about, not from or with. Don’t say: I was glad from (or with) receiving your letter. ...

Learn English through Jokes! 2

Learn English through Jokes!
Learn some new words and expressions through this interesting short story! My bridegroom’s first words to me at the altar(1) when I joined him were : ” Who are you? ” It made me think that the hours I spent on myself before going to church were all worth while. ( from a letter in ...

Things in Space…

Things in Space...
Look above your head…! There’s an endless beautiful blue  sky but have you ever thought about things that are moving through it…?! Things in space: asteroid: a large object made of rock that moves around in space . . . meteor: a small piece of rock or metal that produces a bright burning line in ...

Collocative Phrases (Adjectives, Modal verbs &…) for “Show” 2

Collocative Phrases (Adjectives, Modal verbs &...) for
When someone wants you or you yourself want to say or describe that the photo/the view/image (sth) shows a feeling or … * You can use these collocative phrases (adjectives,modal verbs&…) for show : 1. It is clearly / obviously shown in the photo that 2.The photo aims to / attempts to / seeks to ...