English Proverbs & Sayings (1) 7

English Proverbs & Sayings (1)
What is a Proverb? A proverb (from the Latin proverbium), also called a byword or nayword, is a simple and concrete saying popularly known and repeated, which expresses a truth, based on common sense or the practical experience of humanity. They are often metaphorical. A proverb that describes a basic rule of conduct may also ...

Common British and American Spelling

American words are spelt (spelled) phonetically, as they are sound.  British spelling is closest to the Middle English form of the word, where as the American spelling is closest to its Latin ancestor. The spelling of ‘Mum’ and ‘Mummy’ Mom and Mommy are old-English words, words that are stilled used in Birmingham and most parts ...

504 Absolutely Essential Words (For Mobile) 16

504 Absolutely Essential Words (For Mobile)
Indubitable all of you know the 504 absolutely essential words book; what do you think if you can take this book everywhere in your pocket??!! All you need is that download program from link below and install on your Mobile Phone,  just this. Meanwhile, application can run on any mobile device that support java. (Click ...

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 ...

We Celebrate Our 100th Post

We Celebrate Our 100th Post
Now, we have Reached the 100th Post! Today is 2009/02/01, It our honor to say that during less than six month of our activities in World Wide Web, and in spite of all the odds, we have archived a howling success in English-Learners.com . Most of the English-Learners in all around the world know us. ...

Idioms in Ameican English (#1)

Idioms in Ameican English (#1)
Another new interesting post by our new member “Zebelkhan”.  Here are some new useful American idioms which people (Specially NATIVE English learners) use in their daily conversations. Hope to enjoy! About to: Ready to , on the average I’m glad you’re finally home. I was just about to have dinner without you. To break the ...

Ever Wonder Where Seedless Fruits Come From? 1

Ever Wonder Where Seedless Fruits Come From?
Here, we have provided you a nice interesting article about process of grafting. An audio file is attached to this post which help you to improve you listening skills besides reading. Before starting the reading, download the audio file from the link bellow. First try to listen to the audio file and then listen and ...

What are idioms? 10

What are idioms?
What are idioms? Idioms & meaning Idioms are expressions which have the meaning that is not obvious from the individual words. For example, the idiom drive somebody round the bend means make somebody angry or frustrated, but we cannot know this by looking at the words. The best way to understand an idiom is to ...

Future Perfect Tense 1

Future Perfect Tense Let’s study The Future Perfect Tense Now. Here, in this post we have provide you a simple but complete and easy explanation about  Future Perfect Tense. Tom will already have eaten when his friend arrives. First Tom will finish eating. Later his friend will arrive. Tom’s eating will be completely finished before ...

Praise and Criticism

Praise and positive comments In these conversations, the second speaker uses an idiom to repeat and sum up what the speaker says. Meiko: That little village was the most wonderful, beautiful place I’ve ever seen. Tania: Yes, it really was out of this world, wasn’t it? Nora: Professor Breen is the best lecturer I’ve ever ...