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Grammar Help: Do you know the difference between watch, see and look?

Grammar Help: Do you know the difference between watch, see and look?

See is used to explain that our eyes notice something, it is not intentional and doesn’t require special effort. Look is different from “see” because we make a special effort to direct our attention toward something with our eyes. It’s not an accident. Watch is used when we look at something for a period of time. It’s a continuous action…

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Is this your first year in the US? Then, here is all you need to know about this huge American cultural event named “ The Super Bowl Sunday”

Is this your first year in the US? Then, here is all you need to know about this huge American cultural event named “ The Super Bowl Sunday”

Are you planning on watching the Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, February the 3rd? The New England Patriots (for the 3rd time in a row) vs. the Los Angeles Rams are facing off this year. Even if you’re not interested in the game, there are the many, many commercials to watch that will definitely be a topic of conversation in…

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Six common winter expressions to include in your English vocabulary

Six common winter expressions to include in your English vocabulary

Since it’s winter, for many of us around the country, the weather is wreaking havoc, or basically making a mess of everything. In honor of the season, here are some winter related expressions that you might hear people using: Snowed in – This has been happening in many parts of the country in the last month. When you are snowed…

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Do you find it hard to understand headlines in the media? Here is a list of complex expressions, often used in the news

Do you find it hard to understand headlines in the media? Here is a list of complex expressions, often used in the news

Combing or looking through the headlines can be tough, especially with the complexity of some of the expressions that are used and the limited amount of time we have for keeping up with the news. Here are some explanations for words taken right out of recent news stories. Divvy Up – to divide something such as money, profits, work, etc.…

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Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, Happy Kwanza, Happy New Year and All the Best this Holiday Season!

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, Happy Kwanza, Happy New Year and All the Best this Holiday Season!

The last month of the year probably also has the most lights and cheer as many people prepare to celebrate a holiday. Fun new traditions seem to be added every year during this season. The Elf on the Shelf is something that has become popular in recent years. It is based on a book about Scout Elves who come from…

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St. Patrick’s Day:  Lucky you!, here is some vocabulary that you may want to try this March

St. Patrick’s Day: Lucky you!, here is some vocabulary that you may want to try this March

March is upon us and you’ll see green everywhere. Every March 17th Americans celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, for the Patron Saint of Ireland, with parades, food, “Kiss Me I’m Irish” pins, tee-shirts and A LOT of green. Although hundreds of parades take place around the country, the New York City St. Patrick’s day parade has taken place every year since…

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