Meaning: to start arguing or working in a more determined manner because you feel directly confronted or insulted
I bet most of you think that reading in English isn’t the most difficult thing in the world. We do it quite often and we also read in our native language so reading in English might seem to be more … Czytaj dalej
There are many reasons to take an exam. For some it provides a meaningful motivation to learn. Some people need it for their work or for an educational institute as proof of a certain level. While others just like doing … Czytaj dalej
Christmas time is fast approaching and it won’t be long before many of us will be joined with our families and participating in those traditions and customs linked with this particular holiday season. As an expatriate living in Poland I … Czytaj dalej
We all take speaking a language for granted, don’t we? We’re hardwired to communicate verbally and we don’t even notice that we do it almost all the time. Revising for exams? Texting your best friend? Chatting up a girl? Asking … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: when something is done ad nauseum / to the point of absolute exhaustion but without any results.
Dyslexia is recognised as a learning difficulty which influences learners’ reading and listening skills. Apart from that, dyslexic learners might struggle with remembering grammar patterns and pronouncing words correctly. If you are a dyslexic student you might think that learning … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: to be in a very similar situation