Vocabulary Tips (어휘 팁): Health Expressions

Being sick isn’t the best feeling in the world, but we all experience it and talk about it. Most of us usually say, ‘I’m great!’ or ‘I’m sick’. Instead of using the same old boring expressions, you can use the following idioms to sound more like a native. In this lesson, 7esl gave us some idioms … Continue reading Vocabulary Tips (어휘 팁): Health Expressions

Learn English with Podcasts (팟캐스트와 영어학습): There’s Nothing like a Good Night’s Sleep

Learn English in a fun way! Check out this podcast by Better@English. Today’s conversation is about bedtime routines and what you can do to get a good night sleep. Click the links below to listen to the Podcast and to view the Conversation Transcript. To download the podcast, please click here. To view the conversation script, please … Continue reading Learn English with Podcasts (팟캐스트와 영어학습): There’s Nothing like a Good Night’s Sleep

Vocabulary Tips (어휘 팁): Back to School Expressions

Now that winter vacation is over, it's time to learn some back to school expressions. My English Teacher gave us some tips on how to use some words and phrases that are perfect for the upcoming school year. Photo: Pixabay 1. As easy as ABC– very easy. "My English exam was as easy as ABC. … Continue reading Vocabulary Tips (어휘 팁): Back to School Expressions

Vocabulary Tips (어휘 팁): Asking Someone Out on a Date

Do you want to keep on improving your English speaking skills? (영어 말하기 스킬을 늘리고 싶나요?) Check out this post by SweetandtastyTV to learn some expressions you can use when asking someone on a date 주말에 시간 있어요? /jumare shigan isseoyo/?“Are you free this weekend?” 이번 주말 계획이 뭐야? /ibeon jumal gyehoeg-i mwoya/?“What are your … Continue reading Vocabulary Tips (어휘 팁): Asking Someone Out on a Date