Not everyone may be invited to The Oscars tomorrow night, but everyone is invited to join The Oscar Word Party! Learn the meaning of these ten commonly used words from The Oscars Ceremony so that you can join in the conversation.
Will you be watching the ceremony tomorrow night? What movie do you want to win for best picture?
As a teacher, simply "teaching" a student does not make them learn better or faster but working as a team to learn from each other is very important. Learning about their goals, struggles and having them teach me about their culture can make a big difference. It can change how I teach and how they learn. It's team work!
One of the things I love about blogging is that everyone interested in learning English can share my work to help other people learn as well. Same as I do with other educational blogs, I share their work, they share my work, and we can pass on great information to learners everywhere. Everyone can achieve more this way!
With that said, I am so glad that we can all work together to learn English!
Valentine's Day is approaching in a few days. How are you going to express your love to your Valentine? Whether you're writing a card, an email, or face to face, below are some other ways to say "I love you" to someone.
Are these expressions familiar to you? Let me point out that "head over heels" is an idiom meaning to be in love with someone very much. It is commonly used with the word "fall." For example, "I'm falling head over heels for her."
Also, you may have heard the phrase "You complete me." It became very popular after the movie Jerry McGuire with the actor Tom Cruise. Have you ever seen that movie? "You complete me" means you are incomplete without that person. That person makes your life perfect and gives you meaning to your life.
Of course, saying a simple "I love you" never gets old! How will you celebrate Valentine's Day this year?
Have you ever been in a picture where someone is doing something weird or funny in the background? If you answered yes, then you've been photobombed!
The word "photobomb" is a pretty new term that was first added to dictionaries in recent years. In fact, in 2014, it was the Word Of The Year by Collins English Dictionary.
Photobomb is the act of being in a photograph without the person knowing, usually in the background. It will "bomb" or ruin the photo (because there is an unexpected person in there).
A person or thing who ruins the picture or "photobombs" is known as a "photobomber" (more than one person is known as "photobombers"). This person drops in the background of a picture to be funny or to ruin a picture on purpose.
How can we use this word?
"Even dogs can photobomb pictures!"
"I'm so upset, all my pictures from last night were photobombed by tourists!"
"Please stop photobombing our pictures. It's not funny!"
"I thought you were a photobomber standing behind us"
Need more examples to remember the vocabulary? Take a look at some funny top 25 photobomb pictures here.
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We learn things on a daily basis, whether we realize it or not! Learning comes in so many forms not just reading a textbook. A lot of the times, we can learning through our life experiences, the ups and downs. When we are silent and listening to someone talk, we're learning as well.
Life really never stops teaching, so never stop learning or pushing yourself to learn new things.
I've now included an easy recipe on the main homepage so that you can use cooking to learn a new dish and new English vocabularies. So many people are discouraged by English recipes because there are so many words that they may not understand, but these are just excuses! This is a great opportunity to learn, so try to incorporate daily things in your life that can help you! I've also approved these recipes so I know they're appropriate for language learners and taste great with not much effort! Why don't you try the recipe for this month?
You can involve yourself to learn whatever you want! Learning is lifelong and having knowledge is truly one of the greatest treasures because you can never unlearn something, it will always follow you everywhere.
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