Hello hey ho, fellas! It has been raining a lot lately and there’s this one song my nephew sings every time it rains. Do you know this song? The song goes […]
If you are a fan of fiction work like Tolkien’s, you may recognise some words that do not exist in any dictionaries. He invented a new language or conlang to […]
Easy as ABC. Meaning: very easy. Example: • Learning mathematics is easy as ABC. Bookworm. Meaning: someone who reads a lot. Example: • No doubt if she is genius. She […]
Today we will learn about the list of philias. The suffix is used to specify some kind of attraction or affinity to something. Philia is usually translated as affection, the […]
Here are seven idioms to get you in the mood, fellas!
‘That’ and ‘which’ look interchangeable but are actually not.
Happy Valentine’s Day! May you always surrounded by people you love and who love you. How do you usually celebrate Valentine’s Day? By sending greeting cards? Or giving a chocolate? […]
Today we will learn about pronunciation of -ed. Do you know how to pronounce -ed? Pronunciation of suffix -ed depends on the last sound of the verb or noun which […]
Hi, fellas! A couple of weeks ago, one of you asked us a question on our Line account @EnglishTips4U, “What are the differences between descriptive text and report text?” Well, […]
Tonight is a #WOTD time! Today’s word is “kvetch”. Have you heard of it, fellas?
Do you like reading? Have you read any book of Paolo Coelho? I haven’t touch a single book of him yet, but my friend said his books are really good. […]
Today we will learn about types of phobia. Phobia is an extreme, persistent, abnormal or irrational fear of a specific thing or situation. There are three types of phobia: Specific […]
Fellas, have you had to make an essay, be it for scholarship, school assignment, or anything else? How did you manage to finish it? Here are some #EngTips to write […]
It is always nice to talk about weather. In this post, we’ll take a look at some words that are used in relation to weather. There are plenty of words to […]
If you ever feel overwhelmed as a result of trying to do multiple things at a time, this post is for you!
We’ve talked about “may” and “must” in previous posts. If you happen to miss them, check these out: #EngClass: Modal verb – May #EngClass: Modal verb – Must “Can” is […]
Did you ever hear or see the line like this? Why are you staring at me? I’m not staring. I’m gazing. I saw this when I watched The Vampire Diaries, […]
What’s your favorite movie genre, fellas? Drama? Comedy? Action? A combination of the three of them? Today is #EngKnowledge: History of Action Movies. Action movies went way back to the […]