Other Ways To Say Common Things in English with Helpful Examples

Words to Use Instead of “AFRAID” 1. Tense E.g. She sounded tense and angry. 2. Panicky E.g. He was feeling panicky. 3. Terrified E.g. She was terrified at the thought of being alone. 4. Frightened E.g. I’m too frightened to ask him now. 5. Fearful E.g. Parents are ever fearful for their children. 6. Scared E.g. People are scared to use the buses late at night. 7. Petrified E.g. I’m petrified of snakes. 8. Timid E.g. […]

Online Course for IELTS 2019 Part 1

Online Course for IELTS 2019-How To Go From Intermediate To Advanced English Level You know what’s frustrating when you learn a language? When you reach the point where you feel like you’re not improving. It’s like you’re blocked. You really want to improve, and you know you need to, but… you just can’t move to […]

IELTS Speaking Practice Strategies 2

IELTS Speaking Practice Strategies 2: 50 Speaking Mistakes You’re Most Likely Making (1) Everyone has their own ways of expression. I believe we all have a lot to say, but finding ways to say it is more than half the battle. – Author Criss Jami, Salomé: In Every Inch In Every Mile Anyone learning English as a Second […]