"Go over" Phrasal verb

In English phrasal verbs are very common in conversation. A verb that we may know can have a different meaning if it is followed by another word, usually a preposition. (in, …

"End up" Phrasal verb

“End up” is a phrasal verb that can be confusing for some, so lets look at it today. End up means: become eventually, happen in the end. Lets look at some …

Google Translate

Any new words in my Blogs? Not sure of the meaning? Try Google’s translate, it’s free!!! Google Translate Cut and paste any word to check the meaning in your own language. …

"Convince"

Today let’s look at the word convince and some ways to use it. “Convince” is a verb that means to persuade someone to do something or to cause someone to …

What little I had…

Let’s look at the meaning of the expression “what little I had…” using some examples with an explanation. “I spent what little money I had on a new car.” This …

Relative Pronouns

Please don’t worry too much about the title “Relative Pronouns.” This is just a name for a group of words that have a certain function or job in English. Relative pronouns are …