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english alley homeThe English Alley is a 100 % free website with one goal: to help improve your English vocabulary

How does it work?

Here you can find plenty of  lovely drawings that show the different vocabulary terms. Everything is organized in themes (house, park, school…) Here, they are in alphabetical order

When you put the cursor over the drawings you will hear the pronunciation of the words, and if you click on many of them it will give you access to a new vocabulary page.

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VOCABULARY LESSONS

From engvid  I bring  very interesting vocabulary video lessons. Under each title below you will see a number corresponding to one of the 3 different levels:

1 for beginner

2 for intermediate

3 for advanced 

Learn MEDICAL Vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

6 Phrasal Verbs with HANG: hang on, hang up, hang out…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary: How to talk about ADVANTAGES and DISADVANTAGES
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

The Secret to English Vocabulary – How to remember more
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary: Talking about CLOTHES in English
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Improve your vocabulary: Synonyms for “small” in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Learn 11 ANGRY Phrasal Verbs in English
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Grammar: Negative Prefixes – “un”, “dis”, “in”, “im”, “non”
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Learn Real English – How to pay with DEBIT or CREDIT CARDS
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Classroom English: Vocabulary & Expressions for Students
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Real English: Phrases for finding an apartment
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Learn Slang: 10 SHIT Expressions
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Learn 10 Easy English Commands
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Learn English Vocabulary: Talking about your nose!
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Learn English: Words with many meanings
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

War & Military Vocabulary: Understand the news
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Political vocabulary and expressions in English
3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Writing – 6 ways to compare
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Travel English: How to go through customs at the airport
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Top words for your JOB INTERVIEW & RESUME
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  vocabulary

Learn vocabulary about CARS in English
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Phrasal Verbs – FALL: fall for, fall in, fall behind, fall through…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

EMERGENCY Vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

How to talk about an article in English
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Basic English vocabulary for cleaning your house
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary: Talking about FEAR
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Learn English with the News: Cyber Crime
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – look, look like, look alike, look as if…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Weather, climate, and natural disasters
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

GETTING HIGH with Ronnie!
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Talking about women you like – SEXY, HOT, SMOKING, CUTE, FREAKY
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Confusing Words: MISS or LOSE?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

British Slang: INSULTS & childish sayings
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Tools & hardware: screw, hammer, wrench, level…
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary: Compound Adjectives to describe people
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Expressions: three-word phrasal verbs
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

12 Phrasal Verbs about CLOTHES: dress up, try on, take off…
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

10 HOLD Phrasal Verbs: hold up, hold to, hold out…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

LGBT – Gay Vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  slang  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary: “BIG” synonyms
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

9 basic phrases to talk about cleaning up
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

FOOTBALL Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

5 verbs to make you sound smart
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Make yourself more interesting – Using informal intensifiers
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Talking shit with Emma
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Learn English Grammar: EACH OTHER & ONE ANOTHER
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL Academic Vocabulary – Adjectives (AWL)
3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

10 Common Driving Expressions
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Travel Vocabulary: Planning a trip
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Learn English vocabulary in the BATHROOM 🙂
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

5 nouns to make you sound smart
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

How to talk about DEATH in English
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Confusing Words – Me, Myself, I
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Confusing words: VERY & TOO
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

How to talk like the boss
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to Give Advice in English – recommend, suggest, advise, encourage…
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Learn English with DRUNK Justin Bieber?
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

7 colorful English idioms
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Redundant Expressions
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

What does the word ‘SURE’ really mean in English?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

5 adjectives to sound smart
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL Academic Vocabulary – Nouns (AWL)
3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

Learn English: 10 abbreviations you should know
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Vocabulary – Talking about MOVIES in English
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – Word Endings – What are suffixes?
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Advanced English Grammar: Collective Nouns
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Learn English: Basic Kitchen Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

9 TURN Phrasal Verbs: turn on, turn off, turn over, turn around, turn out…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to talk about prices in English – Basic Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary: How to Use ‘Aggravate’ and ‘Annoy’
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Confusing Sex & Gender Words in English – girlfriend, guys, partner…
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Cooking Vocabulary in English – chop, grill, saute, boil, slice…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Bad Eyesight: glasses, contacts, optometrist, eye doctor…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – “Dress up” or “Get dressed”?
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Learn English – Travel Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Business English – How to talk about your career
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  TOEIC  •  vocabulary

Transportation Vocabulary & Phrasal Verbs – GET ON, GET OUT OF, RIDE, GO
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Exclamations in English!!!
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – EVEN: even though, even if, even when…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL Academic Vocabulary – Verbs (AWL)
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

How to use your dictionary to build your vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Thanksgiving – What is it?
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

10 GET Phrasal Verbs: get down, get off, get through, get up, get away…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

What books should I read to improve my English?
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

The secret to remembering vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Improve your social skills with Bar English!!!
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

10 Weather Expressions in English
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Basic English vocabulary for restaurants
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary: 12 Internet words
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

OLD SCHOOL Vocabulary… too formal!
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Comparing: funner & faster or more fun & more fast?
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Learn English – What are prefixes?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

8 ‘head’ phrasal verbs – head up, head out, head off…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – In the bedroom…
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL – How to give your opinion
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  IELTS  •  speaking  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Speaking English – How to use idiomatic pairs
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

6 confusing words – small & little, big & large, tall & high
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Going to the dentist
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

“OUT” Phrasal Verbs – Business English
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

3 ways to use ‘as long as’ – English Grammar
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Basic shopping vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Basic English Vocabulary – GET
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – REMEMBER & FORGET – gerunds & infinitives
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

How to increase your vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

“OFF” Phrasal Verbs – Business English
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to change Basic English into Business English
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary

Money slang in English $$$
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

How to use START and BEGIN in English (Vocabulary)
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – ABOUT, ABOUT TO, NOT ABOUT TO
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary: ONLY, JUST, BARELY, MERELY
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

“AT ALL!” – How to make a strong point in English!
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Basic English Vocabulary – SEEM
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – CHILL – “chill out”, “let’s chill”…
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – REMEMBER, RECALL, REMIND
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

5 ways to say YES in English!
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Learn English with 5 Jokes
3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Beside & Besides
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Phrasal verbs – OFF – make off, get off, pull off…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – comparing with LIKE & AS
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

How to change a verb into a noun!
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL Vocabulary – Technology
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing

English Vocabulary – CATS & DOGS
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Between or Among?
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Everyday or every day?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Basic MATH vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

A WHILE or AWHILE?
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

‘Knock’ in Phrasal Verbs – knock out, knock up, knock over…
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

6 Confusing Words: fun & funny, famous & popular, surprise & shock
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Grammar Tricks – Countable & Uncountable Nouns
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – ACTUALLY
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Going to the hairdresser
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – “I wish…” – Subjunctive
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Conversational English – How to Generalize
2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Vocabulary – though, although, even though, despite, in spite of
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

“I stopped smoking” or “I stopped to smoke”?
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – VENT – adventure, convenient, eventually…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Conversational English – Adjective Pairs – “Short and sweet”, etc.
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – LIVE, LIFE, ALIVE, LIVING
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

How to Remember Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

How to talk about children: Common Expressions
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  speaking  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Assume or Presume?
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Writing – How to use ETC., AND SO ON, …
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Speaking English – TOO MUCH, ENOUGH, NOT ENOUGH
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Bad Habits
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Then or Than?
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary  •  writing

How to talk about sports in English
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – WARRANTY, GUARANTEE, REBATE, EXCHANGE, CREDIT
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Conversation Skills – Learn new words and keep a conversation going!
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

8 things NOT to say to women
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  culture & tips  •  slang  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

James’s 100th Birthday Party!!!
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Discussing Advantages & Disadvantages
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – sometimes, sometime, some time, always, all ways
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about your age
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – WORTH
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

A lot, alot, lots, allot
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Clean yourself!!!
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Phrasal Verbs As Nouns
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Vocabulary – Renting an Apartment
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Common Mistakes: SOON, EARLY, QUICK, FAST
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary & Slang to talk about AGE: retro, dated, antique, old school
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Immigrate, Emigrate, Migrate
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Conversational English – So & Such
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Common Mistakes: SHADE or SHADOW?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

What are the senses in English?
3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – OTHER, ANOTHER, OTHERS, THE OTHER, OTHERWISE
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Irregular Plural Nouns
1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  vocabulary

Grammar Mistakes – GROW or GROW UP?
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Using identical pairs to emphasize your point
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to talk about your friends in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

6 words with meanings that will surprise you
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Quick Slang – Talking about being excited!
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Grammar Mistakes – LIE or LAY?
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

7 Common School Expressions in English
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – going to the beach
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Gender-inclusive Language – How to avoid sexism
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  grammar  •  vocabulary  •  writing

University degrees in North America
3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

6 Simple Phrasal Verbs
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – The Olympics
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Slang & Vocabulary in English – BLOW
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Pregnancy & Having a Baby
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – afraid, afraid of, scared of, fear
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Grammar Mistakes – RISE or RAISE?
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Assure, Ensure, Insure
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary

British & American English: Food Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Listening Comprehension – Learn English with dirty jokes
3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Internet Vocabulary
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

5 common mistakes in spoken English
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – SUCK
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

“Sorry!” – 5 ways to apologize in English
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

How to use the word ABOVE in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Sort of/Kind of
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Knowing English can save you money!
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to use the word OVER in English
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

“Oldest” and “Eldest” – What’s the difference?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

3 expressions to improve your conversation skills
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

How to MASTER your vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

How to read job ads in English – Understanding abbreviated writing styles
2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

IELTS – How to get a high score on Task 1 of the IELTS
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  IELTS  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Slang in English – SCREW
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Listening Comprehension – Understand Sports on TV!
3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Winter Vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Speak like a Canadian
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  slang  •  vocabulary

English Grammar & Vocabulary – ‘Now’ and ‘Still’
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about disability
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

How slang is “made” in English – bad-ass, wicked, deadly, sick
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Money vocabulary and expressions in English $$$
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Practical English Vocabulary: Shopping in a mall
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – End or Finish?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Texting slang – jk, idk, ttyl, cya, tmi, np, k
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Slang in English: ‘What the hell’ and other HELL expressions
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – How to talk about your friends
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

British & American English: Cars & Driving Vocabulary
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Listening Comprehension – Biography of Clint Eastwood
2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – BREAK
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Passed or Past?
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Improve your conversation skills with 3 expressions
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Practical English: Understanding Medicine Labels
2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  vocabulary

Listening Comprehension – Legal Vocabulary in English
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

The Top 3 English words you need to know – HAVE
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Classroom vocabulary and expressions
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – PISS
3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Holiday Vocabulary in English – Halloween (and idioms about DEATH)
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Bar and Pub Slang
3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about Accidents
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Learn English with Cooking: Making Blueberry Pancakes!
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – School Slang
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

TALK, SPEAK, TELL – What’s the difference?
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Talking about being sick – English health vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Prejudice Vocabulary – “racist”, “sexist”, “biased”, “ignorant”…
3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Negative Characteristics – arrogant, vain, snob…
3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

5 ways to say goodbye in English
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Confused Words – DESERT or DESSERT?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Talking about Shopping
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

7 compound adjectives for describing people in English
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Confused Words – Succeed, Success, Successful, Successfully
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Business English Vocabulary – COLLABORATE or COOPERATE?
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – Adverb Suffixes: -ly, -wards, -wise
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Confused Words – LOSE or LOOSE?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – Bodily Noises – FART, BURP, YAWN, HICCUP, QUEEF
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary

How to give directions in English
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Business English Vocabulary – CUSTOMER or CLIENT?
1-Beginner  •  business english  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary for the ladies – Talking about your period
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – JECT – eject, object, reject, subject, etc.
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – LOST
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Saying Numbers
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Learn English – 5 common mistakes when talking about food
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – GET
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about Directions
3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – How to order in a restaurant
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about the Bathroom & Toilet
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Confused Words – sometime or sometimes?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Winter Clothing
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Getting Dressed
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Business English – How to expand your vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about travel
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

2 Quick Ways to Improve your English – FOR EXAMPLE & SAME
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Polite English – Softening Your Message
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about pains and aches
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary & Idioms – Talking about NOISE
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Bar, club, and party vocabulary & slang
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – Many meanings of JOHN
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Talking about CRIME
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Learning English with the News – Improve your vocabulary and comprehension
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – TRACT
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English – 9 Homophones
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English – BRING or TAKE?
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English in the News: Vocabulary of Floods
2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – ALL & EVERY – What’s the difference?
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – The difference between WANT & NEED in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – VERT
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – MUSE
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about Family
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  pronunciation  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: EFFECT & AFFECT
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Expressions in English – MOUTH
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – First name? Given name? Forename? What’s your name?
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: BEFORE & AGO
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

How to talk about looks – BEAUTIFUL, HOT, SEXY, UNATTRACTIVE, NOT MY TYPE, and more!
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – LISTEN & HEAR
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – LOOK / SEE / WATCH
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Polite English – Saying Yes and No
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English – BYE, BUY, BY, BI
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Polite English – 8 Ways to Say ‘Thank You’ in English
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Expressions in English – Food
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Business English – 7 Common Workplace Abbreviations
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary  •  writing

English Vocabulary – How to talk about money
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – How to talk about the weather in English
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – WISH & HOPE
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Slang – FREAK
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Hair and Parts of the Face
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – How to talk about where you were born and raised
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – How to talk about mistakes and regrets
1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Love, Dating, and Relationships
2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Appointments, Reservations, and Plans
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – How to Talk about Marriage
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: YOU’RE & YOUR
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – How To Talk About Death and Dying
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: DURING & WHILE
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Improve your English Vocabulary with Roots – “port”
2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

ENGLISH VOCABULARY – Using PLAY, GO, DO for sports
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Spatial Location – BEHIND, UNDER, ON TOP OF, BETWEEN, and more!
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – How to Express Time
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: ADVICE & ADVISE
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Borrow, Lend, Rent, Use – English Vocabulary and Usage
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Pronunciation – Words starting with B
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation  •  vocabulary

English Grammar Tip – Are you bored, or boring?
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: WHOSE & WHO’S
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Phrasal Verbs – UP
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: they’re, there, their
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Speaking English – Say, Tell, Hear, Listen – How to use them correctly
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Using ‘must’ & ‘have to’ in English
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Speaking – Saying Hello and Goodbye
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

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