Tag Archives: general English

In or On? Tackling Prepositions in English

Prepositions (in, on, at, by, with…) are, along with articles (a, an, the), probably the most frustrating aspect of English vocabulary for most students. One of the reasons may be that these are the words students generally pay less attention to while they are trying to learn new words and memorize a seemingly indefinite number […]

Small but important words: A, an, the, in, on, and at

A, an, the, in, on, and at are some of the words in English that seem pretty simple and straightforward at first glance, so why is it then that they can literally drive students of English crazy? Teachers will often hear beginner students ask if the teacher can give them a list of rules when […]

Choosing Between Business and General English

The choice between business and general English is not always easy for someone who wants to enrol in an English course. Perhaps you are in a situation where you use English for work and already have a fairly good command of the technical vocabulary, but you find it difficult to chit-chat about this and that, […]