How to introduce yourself and others

How to Introduce Yourself And Others In English Introducing yourself I just wanted to introduce myself… I’m… I don’t believe we’ve met before… My name’s… I don’t think we’ve actually met formally yet… Please Allow me to introduce myself. Let me introduce myself. May I introduce myself…? I don’t think we’ve met before. How do […]

Parts of the feet and legs

Parts of the feet and legs. The leg and foot. knee, leg, shin, calf, ankle, heel, foot, instep, arch of the foot, ball of the foot, sole of the foot, toe, big toe, little toe, middle toe, toenail. To see the infographic of the parts of the hand click here To see the infographic of […]

Parts of the hand

Parts of the hand. The arm and hand. finger, palm, wrist, forearm, elbow, upper arm, shoulder. The hand and fingers. hand palm back of the hand thumb index finger middle finger ring finger little finger finger nail knuckle To see the infographic of the parts of the body click here. To see the infographic of […]

Parts of the face

Parts of the face. eyes, eyebrow, eyelashes, eyelids, You use your eyes to see. nose, nostrils, You use your nose to smell and to breathe. Mouth, lips, lower lip, upper lip. You use your mouth to eat, speak and breathe. ears, earlobe. You use your ears to hear and to listen to something or someone. […]

Parts of the body

Parts of the body. The Face. eye, nose, mouth, ear, cheek, cheekbone, chin, jaw, nostrils, eyebrow, eyelid, eyelashes, lips, upper lip, lower lip. To see the infographic of the face click here. The arm and hand. finger, palm, wrist, forearm, elbow, upper arm, shoulder. The hand and fingers. hand, palm, back of the hand, thumb, […]

Countable nouns in English

Countable nouns. In English, there are two kinds of noun: countable nouns and uncountable nouns. COUNTABLE NOUNS IN ENGLISH: are things that we can count and have both a singular and plural form. one dog, two dogs an apple, two apples one boy and one girl, two boys and three girls a film, several films […]

Uncountable nouns in English

UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS in English are things that we cannot usually count, such as: Liquids water tea milk wine coffee oil vinegar vodka Food sugar rice bread salt cheese meat fish Abstract ideas anger fear happiness knowledge nature space entertainment love Substances & Materials gas air steam sand plastic paper glass metal wool Others. money advice […]

English Grammar Timelines

English Grammar Timelines A timeline is a graphical representation of a period of time, on which events are marked. An event maker indicates when an event takes place on the timeline. A continuous event is an action that is uninterrupted for a certain period along the timeline. A time lapse indicates the duration of an […]

List of contractions in English

A complete list of contractions in English. A contraction is a part of a phrase that has been shortened by dropping one or more letters. We use contractions in everyday speech and informal writing. In writing, an apostrophe takes the place of the missing letter/letters. When deciding whether to use contractions in a writing assignment, […]

How to tell the time in English

How to tell the time in English Saying the time When we talk about time on a clock, we have analogue and digital clocks – analogue clocks with hands and digital clocks with numbers. We use either the 12-hour clock or the 24-hour clock. The 12-hour clock uses ‘am’ – Ante Meridiem and ‘pm’ – […]