Grammar Mini-Lessons

To Lay or Lie?

This blog article may be useful for both native speakers and those who are new to the English language. It starts with asking a very important question… Do we lay down or lie down for a nap? That is a pretty good question and one that is worth pondering every …

Frank and me, or Frank and I?

Have you ever struggled in knowing which personal pronoun to use in a sentence  – me or I? You are not alone. Even native English speakers confuse which personal pronoun to use in a sentence with multiple subjects. Every now and again in our course, this question will pop up. After …

Past Tense: “Sing”

If you’ve been studying English for any amount of time, it will come as no surprise that it can be a confusing language to learn. In this lesson, we’re talking about the past tense of the verb ‘sing.’ The past tense of this verb can be confusing, so let’s clarify the …

PAST TENSE: “SWEAT”

In this lesson, we’re talking about the past tense of the verb ‘sweat.’ The past tense of this verb can be confusing, so let’s clarify the correct way to use this verb. To sweat means to perspire; to exude moisture through the pores of the skin, typically in profuse quantities …

The Go Natural English FLUENCY CHALLENGE GUIDE

The Go Natural English Fluency Challenge is a special 5-day event that happens just a few times a year. It brings together more than 20,000 English learners from over 100 countries. You don’t have to pay any money. The only requirement is to join the Facebook group and participate, following …
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