Special, especial, particular, specific and peculiar are frequently used in everyday life. What are their differences? How to use them correctly? Find out in this programme
This phrase is used to describe someone who can learn quickly. Can we substitute 'duck' with 'fish'?
You may know the meanings of all the adjectives in this programme but can you decide what form to use?
Are you puzzled by the meaning of these two words? Their differences should become clear after you listen to the programme
What does it mean if traffic is 'backed up'? Learn how to use 'back up' and 'back out'
Each of these phrases has a different meaning. Learn how they are used in real life situations
This frequently used word may have more meanings than you know. Learn how to use the word 'back' as an adverb, a verb, an adjective and a noun
When you want to thank someone for their help, try another word to show your appreciation
When you want to suggest something indirectly you can use one of three words. But which one would you choose?
A word that means 'twelve'. Its plural form can be used in informal spoken language to mean 'lots of'
"It's a good school inasmuch as all the teachers are qualified." Find out what this means in the programme
Are you sometimes unsure of the exact meaning of these three words? This programme will explain the key differences
Can all these words be used to describe something extraordinarily big? If so, what are their differences?
Are you sometimes unsure when to use 'learn' and when to use 'study'? This programme will explain the key differences between these two words
Can you think of four different situations where you can use the word 'welcome'? Learn how to use this common word
All these words are aimed at making someone believe something isn't true. However, there are subtle differences
How do you ask people about the things they like doing using 'do' and 'be'? This programme gives you plenty of examples to help you
What does it take to be a lady? Who can be a Lady? Let's explore this word
Here is a question for you: What did you do last Sunday? Should you say 'I did some gardening' or 'I've done some gardening'?
Expand your vocabulary fast by learning the prefix 're' as in restore, refresh, renew and renovate