In this video you will learn how to politely and effectively decline an invitation. It means that when someone asks you to do something together or go out together, you will be able to say thank you, but I can’t — in a nice way. Earlier Videos about Invitations and Accepting an Invitation In case… Continue reading Invitations 2: How to Decline an Invitation + Quiz
Participles ending in –en: driven, ridden, spoken. By Jacqueline Schaalje Have a look at this infographic for a quick reminder on some common irregular verbs. If you need help with the tenses, check this out. This article explains about the differences between past simple (in which you need V2) and present perfect (in which you use… Continue reading Irregular Verbs with –en Infographic
In many American TV series and movies you can see people drinking without a break. This can make you wonder: is this normal in the US? Um, yes, I’m afraid drinking is a normal part of life in Northern America. Not very healthy, is it? But what are some reasons people drink in America? At… Continue reading How Much Do Americans Drink?
By Miranda Carter Love shopping? Or only window shopping? Here are some shopping words. You can learn the words first or do the quiz right away. Mall – a large building or series of connected buildings containing a variety of retail stores and typically also restaurants. Purchase – to buy something Fitting Room – a… Continue reading Yay! Another Vocab Blast #6: Shopping