Help with Certain Problems

This Blog has a lot of articles about subjects you need..


I often receive queries by email asking me about this or that subject, but you know you can search for subjects on the blog. There is a search box there. Or click on the turquoise boxes on the right side of the page. Just use those two ways to find information about any subject you like, as long as it’s about English. Just now I got a question about auxiliaries, for example, but I have an article and infographic about them on the blog. I’ll ask this person if they need any more assistance with it, in which case I’m happy to help…

There are almost 500 articles on the blog now, and not all of them are completely useless. Hurray!

Here are some examples of subjects on this blog:

English learning

How to learn English quickly and painlessly

Quick tips for learning

English grammar:

  • Tenses
  • Modals
  • Auxiliary verbs
  • Prepositions
  • Parts of speech
  • Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Nouns
  • Pronouns
  • Connectors/conjunctions and other evil stuff

Writing tips

Email writing

Writing essays

Writing better sentences

Vocabulary exercises

Reading comprehension (texts with questions)

Words and idioms with example sentences

Phrases that you can use in conversation

Tips how to let the internet help you with your English

Reading tips

Watching tips

Pronunciation advice

Spelling exercises

How to use numbers in English

And many links to quizzes.

I think that’s about it.

Oh yeah, songs.

Last but not least, “easy” explanations/appreciations of poems.




4 thoughts on “Help with Certain Problems

  1. What a super blog. Thank you all for helping us. And please, don’t forget the answer key to all your exercises, it is a real help for us as we are not native speakers. Love you,


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