A major source of confusion for students of English is how and when to use apostrophes and what the resulting meaning of these words can possibly be. One example is the troublesome it’s which can mean it is or it … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: Relax and be yourself (especially in contrast to the person we often have to be at work and under pressure).
It goes without saying that summer is the time for all kinds of festivals. Have you planned your holiday yet? Have you thought of going to a music festival? If not, it’s not too late! We’ve got a fine selection … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: To be a problem to the extent that something might not work or continue to happen
Meaning: Do something very rarely.
Meaning: Enjoy the company of others very much.
Writing an article about British slang is bound to provoke shouts from language purists: ‘That’s not correct English!’ In some ways, they’re right. Slang is usually absent from English dictionaries and is often different in each region around the world … Czytaj dalej
In today’s blog post, I’ll review the top five traditions from different parts of Europe, give suggestions about creative resolutions for 2017, and also give you lots of nice language for you to experiment with. Happy 2017 So, are you … Czytaj dalej
Free event for university students: 19th September 2016 Are you a university student? Are you thinking of applying to study in the UK? Do you need to improve your English to ensure you achieve your career goals? If so, on … Czytaj dalej
A Popular Topic for BritIt Readers – HELP! What habits should English language learners adopt to help them meet their goals? Martin Sketchley, latest winner of the British Council’s Teaching English blog award, gives us his top five.