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, […]
As language advances, lots and lots of words are invented. Unfortunately, some words went obsolete because of this. But today we will take a look to some of the obsolete […]
According to Merriam-webster, dolorous (adj.) is a causing, marked by, or expressing misery or grief.
Tonight’s session will be #WOTD: Cloudburst. Here are some fellas’ guessings about the word.
1) ‘Tis the season to be jolly. The phrase is taken from a Christmas carol.It serves as a reminder to put on a happy face over the festive period. 2) Christmas […]
13 verbs to describe different ways of walking.
A filler word, also known as a pause filler or hesitation form, is a word or phrase we use to fill silence when we speak. So, the function of […]
In this post, we share ten idioms about hard work.
Have you ever wondered if you’ve been using ‘clean’ and ‘clear’ correctly, fellas? Now, it has nothing to do with facial product with the same name. Talking about those two […]
Good afternoon, my dear Fellas! How are you today? Last Friday something urgent came up and I had to postpone the session. :( But don’t worry, as an apology, you’ll […]
Tonight is a #WOTD time! Today’s word is FROWARD. Have you heard of it, fellas? Froward is an adjective first used in 13th century. In the days of Middle English, […]
Have you ever wanted to describe the taste of the food or drink that you’re having but you just couldn’t find the right word, fellas? Well, today I have collected […]
‘On a par with’ is often written as ‘on par with’, without ‘a.’ But, both writing styles have the same meaning: equals to or similar to someone or something. Now, […]
How long have you been studying English? What do you do when you’re unsure about the meaning of a word? Okay, of course you “Google” it. But even Google refers […]
The word we’re going to talk about in this post is ‘precocious’. Have you ever heard of it? ‘Precocious’ is an adjective used to describe an early mature in development, […]
Today in #EngVocab, we shared seven words – among many – that you can use to describe old things.
Cost an arm and a leg (verb). Meaning: to cost a lot of money. Example: Our new house cost an arm and a leg, but we love it! Chicken feed […]
In this occasion, we are going to discuss a word that I just discovered when reading a research on language teaching and the word is ‘salience.’ Salience (noun) means […]