In my classes only about 1% of the dictionaries my students use are printed on paper. I have talked
On a test a student wrote: U are in a bakery.
Scotland is the wild, hilly northern part of the island England is on. The two ethnic groups have wa
Look at the letter b; at first it seems simple. There is only one sound for this one letter, the way
Native-English speakers sometimes make style errors that make understanding English more difficult.
There is a phrase native English speakers use that does not seem to make sense. They express their c
Many people, who have studied English for years, have difficulties with casual conversation. One rea
Something important will happen soon. On January 1, 2015, a whole year of copyrights will expire und
Last week I started my explanation of the popular and traditional Christmas song Deck the Halls. Her
Last year I explained the old song We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Originally the singers would assem