Australia is known as “The Land Down Under” due to its location in the Southern Hemisphere. Its relative isolation from other English-speaking countries (excluding New Zealand) has given rise to a fascinating accent and plenty of uniquely Australian slang terms.
In the next segment of our six-part Sports in America free English class series, we will take a closer look at America’s role in the single most popular sport in the world: Soccer!
In lesson five of our six-part Sports in America free English class series, we will look at one of the only major sports played on ice: Ice Hockey!
Every English-speaking country has its own peculiar way of expressing the English language. Americans love to spend their time “chilling,” Australians enjoy grilling shrimps on the “barbie,” and Canadians put on a “toque” when it gets cold. But what about stereotypical British phrases?
The list of rules attached to prepositions with relation to time, place, phrases, etc… is quite lengthy. There are even different types of prepositions that add another layer to all of the rules. In this article, we’re going to focus on the one preposition type that will help you truly sound like a native: dependent prepositions.
Welcome to the next lesson in our free English class series about Music in America! In this lesson, we’ll look at Matthew Whitaker. He’s one of today’s hottest jazz musicians, and his talents are so phenomenal that scientists are actually studying his brain!
As intermediate and advanced level speakers, deeper expression is one of the key elements that ranks you in that level of comprehension. To create sentences with more depth, sometimes your verbs require a little help. That’s where modal verbs fit into English grammar. You may have a basic understanding of these verbs, so in this article, we’ll review and go deeper into their function and usage.