‘Hurry’ vs ‘In a Hurry’ and Their Synonyms

If you mix ‘hurry’ and ‘in a hurry’ you’ll find this post helpful. 1. ‘Hurry’ as a verb ‘Hurry’ is a verb that means ‘to do things more quickly than normal’ or ‘make someone do this’. You hurry when you don’t want to be late. If someone hurries, they may forget something. In the past […]

6 Steps to Skyrocket Your Learning Process [by Jim Kwik]

In his recent podcast episode, a world-wide known memory coach Jim Kwik shared 6 tactics that can dramatically improve the learning process and help to get faster and better results. Whether you’re an English learner or an English teacher who strives to do your best for your students, these tips are gold. Here’s the summary: […]

“I agree” vs “I’m agree”: Which One Is Correct

Using “I’m agree” instead of “I agree” is a common mistake among my Elementary and Intermediate students. I decided to write this post to clarify the usage of the verb ‘agree’. 1. “I agree” I agree is the correct usage of the verb ‘agree’ in Present Simple Tense. Agree is a verb that means to […]

“I’m interested” VS “I’m interesting”

“Interesting” and “interested” are both adjectives, but they mean different things. Let’s say your friend offers you two free movie tickets. — If you are interested in it, that means that you want the ticket. — If the movie was interesting, it means that you liked the movie. In other words, “interested” refers to “you” […]

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