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What if English you know is not English everybody knows?

What if English you know is not English everybody knows?

Although I spoke English at school, no one understood me. Why? You would not believe that they said I spoke funny.

Kaye Terrelonge
Kaye Terrelonge
English
Changes to trial & single lessons arrived

Changes to trial & single lessons arrived

Packages guarantee a more consistent learning process and, thus, better results. They also help you save money since the larger the package, the cheaper each lesson in it.

LiveXP Team
LiveXP Team
News & Updates
How to use ordinal adverbs: firstly, secondly, and thirdly?

How to use ordinal adverbs: firstly, secondly, and thirdly?

Since first, second, and third as well operate in a grammatical way as well as adjectives and adverbs, you may find that including “-ly” is unnecessary.

Andre Kern
Andre Kern
English
Indubitably – What does it mean and how to use It?

Indubitably – What does it mean and how to use It?

“Indubitably” means being so certain about something impossible to doubt or question.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
Is failing a part of progress?

Is failing a part of progress?

The attitude a toddler has towards learning to walk is the attitude you must have towards language learning. When a toddler falls, he gets back up and stays propelled by the passion of knowing how to walk.

Rachael Hooker
Rachael Hooker
Language Learning
Passivity vs. passiveness: is there a difference?

Passivity vs. passiveness: is there a difference?

In order to understand when to use passivity and when passiveness, you first need to know the meaning of “passive”.

Valentina Dordevic
Valentina Dordevic
English
Amongst vs. Among: The Difference

Amongst vs. Among: The Difference

“Among” is usually used in the US (American English), whereas “amongst” is commonly used in Britain (British English).

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
English
Can you start a sentence with “and” or other conjunctions?

Can you start a sentence with “and” or other conjunctions?

The truth is, there’s nothing wrong with starting sentences with conjunctions. In fact, it can even make things better if done properly.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
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Geoffrey Mutie

My name is Geoffrey! I am constantly looking for new ways to improve my writing skills and my interpersonal skills, which in my opinion help a person be professional.

Milena Lazova

I'm an ESL teacher with over 7 years of experience in providing original content. I really like writing educational articles which may help others learn some aspects of English.