By Jacqueline Schaalje Check out this infographic with words that contain possess (= have possess in them). Then do the quiz. Click on the picture to make it bigger. Quiz – for Advanced Level Click here to do this quiz online and check your answers. Choose a form of possess, dispossess or prepossess. 1 The… Continue reading Words with Possess – Infographic and Quiz
By Jacqueline Schaalje Patrick Finnegan Do you say –ine as [in] or as [ain]? How do you say the word determine. Do you say determain or determeen? And the thingamagog in the picture. Is this a turbin or a turbain? I wish I could tell you there are rules for it. But there aren’t. Drives… Continue reading Pronounce Words Ending in -ine
Kim Bach Many learners of English think that comfortable and convenient mean exactly the same thing. But they don’t. Let’s explain the difference. Comfortable You say comfortable about things that make your body feel relaxed and in a place that feels good. So comfortable means physical comfort. A chair can be comfortable, because it… Continue reading Are You Comfortable in that Chair? – Convenient or Comfortable
Watch the video to learn about vocabulary connected to degrees and diplomas. Do you say: I hold a degree or I have a degree or are both possible? Find out here. There’s an exercise in the second half of the video.