LS Refresher 84: Pick vs. Pick up

Cambridge Dictionary  gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use pick and pick-up.  – Pick means ‘remove small pieces of something from something else, usually with your hands’. Example: Let’s go into the garden and pick some flowers for the dinner table.  (Not: … pick up some flowers …)  – Pick can also mean ‘choose’.  Example: Have a look … Continue reading LS Refresher 84: Pick vs. Pick up

PREMIUM TALKING TIPS: Top 5 Majors of Korean Students in the US

Don’t have any idea on what topic to discuss for Premium Talking Today? Then, please check out this article by Stilt. The U.S. Department of State says that over 60,000 Korean students study in the US each year. Korean students comprise 6.5% of all foreign enrollments in US universities.The allure of American education to Korean students is largely in … Continue reading PREMIUM TALKING TIPS: Top 5 Majors of Korean Students in the US

PREMIUM TALKING TIPS: Countries with the Best (and Worst) English Skills

Don’t have any idea on what topic to discuss for Premium Talking Today? Then, please check out this article by DMM. English is the most studied language in the world. However, of the world's more than 1.1 billion non-native English speakers, some speak it better than others. According to Education First (EF), here are the regions with … Continue reading PREMIUM TALKING TIPS: Countries with the Best (and Worst) English Skills

ESSAY ASSESSMENT REFRESHER QUIZ – Feb ’20

Want to practice assessing essays and learn more about essay corrections? If yes, then please check this out. Photo: Pixabay Spelling vs. Inappropriate Words SPELLING: The word is misspelled.Example:Dolpins are the friendliest animals.Dolpins: Dolphins It is a compound noun.Example:Our teacher needs help erasing the black board.black board: blackboard There is faulty spacing between words (combined … Continue reading ESSAY ASSESSMENT REFRESHER QUIZ – Feb ’20