en
  • Find tutor

LiveXP Blog

Develop yourself by learning new skills with LiveXP. Grow with us!

How to Learn and Improve English Vocabularies for Non-Native English Students?

How to Learn and Improve English Vocabularies for Non-Native English Students?

Aside from the strategy above, the simplest technique to improve English vocabulary is the “one word a day listing” of unfamiliar terms encountered during classes or reading activities.

Lorie Mae Lugcon Palima
Lorie Mae Lugcon Palima
English
Language Branches & Distribution of Languages Spoken in the World

Language Branches & Distribution of Languages Spoken in the World

Every single language spoken falls under the collective grouping of a language branch. And distributed over these 142 language branches are over 7000 living languages (living because they are the first language of at least one person.)

Moses Famuyiwa
Moses Famuyiwa
Language Learning
The Difference Between Imperative and Interrogative Sentences

The Difference Between Imperative and Interrogative Sentences

Imperative sentences can be a statement of authority or command. An interrogative sentence is in a question form or a way of gathering information on a certain topic.

Matlhohonolofatso Nape
Matlhohonolofatso Nape
English
Any Time vs. Anytime: When to Use Each Word

Any Time vs. Anytime: When to Use Each Word

If you want to avoid making a grammatical mistake when writing anytime or any time, it’s good to know the differences between the two terms and their usage so you can be sure that you’re always using the right word.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
How to Say “Hello” in Different Languages: Greet Your Friends in 15 Ways

How to Say “Hello” in Different Languages: Greet Your Friends in 15 Ways

How would you say “hello” if you went to work or even visited a friend in a community where people speak a different language? How would you greet them? How do you say “hello” in French, Arabic, or even Swahili? Read on to find out. The internet, of course, has

Ronny Okumu
Ronny Okumu
Language Learning
How to Use the Past Perfect Tense and Example Sentences

How to Use the Past Perfect Tense and Example Sentences

The past perfect is a verb tense that shows that action took place in the past before another moment.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
11 Steps for Beginners to Learn English Quickly

11 Steps for Beginners to Learn English Quickly

1. Start with the physical labels and easy posts around you Labels may include household item labels. Read them, and if you can’t, ask anyone at home to read them. This is crucial because you use these items every day at home. Make sure you don’t forget them,

Kauzi Noah
Kauzi Noah
English
Spelling Tips: “Labelled” or “Labeled”?

Spelling Tips: “Labelled” or “Labeled”?

“Label” is pronounced with only one letter, “l,” in American English. The preferred forms in Canada, Britain, and other English dialects from outside of North America are “labelled” and “labelling,” with an extra “l.”

Nina Stankovic
Nina Stankovic
English
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.

Valentina Dordevic

Hello! My name is Valentina. Book digesting is my specialty. I transform book ideas into easy-to-follow summaries, articles, study guides, reviews, essays, analyses, slides, or e-books.

Beth Taylor

Hello! My name is Beth. I'm from France. I'm a French and English native speaker and I really like writing.