English verbs PLUS preposition “to”

In English we use the preposition “to” with these verbs: Talk to “I talked to Steve last night, he will come to the party on Saturday.” Explain (something) to (someone) …

English verbs PLUS preposition “at”

In English we use the preposition “at” with these verbs: Look at “Wow look at that! There is a bird inside the department store.” Stare at “My eyes are sore …

English communication – Your ideas!

Future Blog ideas Hey everyone! Do you have any requests for a future blog topic? What do you want to learn? What is your English weak point? If you have …

English phrasal verb – Get over

Phrasal verb – Get over We looked at the verb get on this blog a few weeks ago so let’s try a phrasal verb that uses the verb get with …

Common English expression – Ask around

Phrasal verbs – A verb plus 1 more word that has a new meaning. Phrasal verbs are very common in English. Let’s look at ask around today. ask around – …

Learn English! "Get III"

We can use get instead of bein the passive form. “Kevin doesn’t usually get invited to office parties. He drinks too much and likes to argue.” = He is not …

Learn English "Get II"

We use get very often in English conversation. We can use it instead of other verbs in a natural sentence. Today let’s look at how we use “get” instead of …