English adjectives – Thick and Thin (8 ways to use them!)

Thick – adjective Thin – adjective thick – having a larger distance between opposite sides or surfaces than other similar objects or than normal thin – having a smaller distance between opposite sides or surfaces than other similar objects or …

10 Phrasal verbs with OFF (Learn fast!) examples + video

In this post you will learn 10 Phrasal verbs with the preposition OFF. Audio and video for listening practice, and real examples in natural English. 10 Phrasal verbs with OFF Take clothes off – remove clothes “Hi welcome! Please take …

Quickly learn 20 English expressions with LUCK

In this post you will learn some English expressions with LUCK and more than 20 different ways to use them in natural conversation. If you want to learn English, you’re IN LUCK! Keep reading… good luck/bad luck with some luck, …

NOW THAT English Grammar (video update)

Now that In today’s post you will learn NOW THAT English grammar with easy to understand examples. This English grammar point came from a real lesson I had with a private student here in Japan. The Japanese Emperor has just …