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Mnemonics in English You Should Know

2021-07-27T14:56:16+01:00

There are lots of things we have to remember in life. Birthdays, what you have to do at work tomorrow, the plot of the book you're reading...I could go on.  But we also have to remember lots of little things that we learned as children, such as which hand is your left one and how many days are in each month. Sometimes we can't remember all these simple things, and this is where mnemonic devices (memory tricks) come into play (can be used). Mnemonics in English (the first m is silent) are little tricks that you can use to remember [...]

Mnemonics in English You Should Know2021-07-27T14:56:16+01:00

Internet Vocabulary You Should Know in English

2021-07-14T18:01:28+01:00

The internet has completely changed our lives. Many of us, myself included (me, as well), have grown up with the internet, and have never known a time when it wasn't around. However, the internet and the way people use it is changing every day. That means that there's always new internet vocabulary to learn! Think about it...if someone came up to you 25 years ago and asked you to "google" something for them, would you have known what they meant? Because the internet is so prevalent (common) in our lives, it's important to stay on top of (know about, stay [...]

Internet Vocabulary You Should Know in English2021-07-14T18:01:28+01:00

Bar Vocabulary in English

2021-06-21T15:15:59+01:00

Do you like going to a bar to meet with friends? I love going to a bar to see my friends, or to have a drink with my partner after work. There's a whole bunch of bar vocabulary in English that is good to know, but that you only use in a bar. If you've never been to a bar in an English speaking country, some of this bar vocabulary may be unfamiliar (unknown, new) to you. We've made a list of some of the most common phrases you'll only hear in bars. Keep this bar vocabulary in your back [...]

Bar Vocabulary in English2021-06-21T15:15:59+01:00

Music Idioms in English

2021-06-09T17:59:49+01:00

Do you like music? Many people enjoy listening to music in their spare time (free time) or when they're at work. Some people are even talented enough to play music! Music is an important part of our everyday lives, and because of this, there are lots of music idioms in English. Music idioms are used every day in English. You'll hear them all the time! Learning some of our favorite music idioms can help to improve your English and help you become more fluent. Have you heard any of these music idioms before? Read on to learn more! Like a [...]

Music Idioms in English2021-06-09T17:59:49+01:00

Pregnancy Vocabulary in English

2021-05-24T13:50:31+01:00

I don't know about you, but I have a lot of friends who are pregnant. Maybe it's because of lockdown, or maybe it's because I have a lot of friends in this stage (part) of life, but it seems like more and more people around me are having babies. When I talked to some of my German friends who have had a baby recently, I realized that I didn't know any pregnancy vocabulary in German! Sometimes, you don't know some vocabulary words until you encounter (come across, find) them irl (in real life). This is why I thought it was [...]

Pregnancy Vocabulary in English2021-05-24T13:50:31+01:00

Hiking Vocabulary in English

2021-05-12T17:07:26+01:00

It's hiking season (time)! I love hiking -- it's one of my favorite things to do when the weather is warm. I love being outside and in nature. Hiking is a great way to reconnect with (to find again) yourself and explore the area around you. If you've never been hiking before, I can highly recommend it! If you're just starting with hiking, there can be a lot of hiking vocabulary that you may have never heard before. It's a whole new hobby to learn about, and with that comes new words. If you want to take up (start) hiking [...]

Hiking Vocabulary in English2021-05-12T17:07:26+01:00

Vocabulary for the Eye Doctor in English

2021-04-25T21:34:26+01:00

Do you wear glasses or contact lenses? If so, then you probably need to go to the eye doctor every once in a while (from time to time). My vision (sight) is pretty bad, and the first time I went to the eye doctor in Germany, I definitely wished that I had had some vocabulary for the eye doctor! My first time getting my eyes checked in Germany was very stressful, since I didn't know what to expect and was working in my second language. This week, we want to save you some of the stress, so we've put together [...]

Vocabulary for the Eye Doctor in English2021-04-25T21:34:26+01:00

Coronavirus Pandemic Vocabulary in English – Part 2

2021-04-19T21:47:09+01:00

For the past year, the coronavirus pandemic has pretty much taken over our lives. The whole world has changed to try to keep the virus from spreading  (going to more people). And with that change comes a whole new list of vocabulary that we now use in our day-to-day lives. Last week, we covered some coronavirus pandemic vocabulary, which you can find here in case (if) you missed it. Because the coronavirus is a hot (popular) topic these days, we decided to cover even more coronavirus pandemic vocabulary this week. Here is some of the coronavirus pandemic vocabulary that we [...]

Coronavirus Pandemic Vocabulary in English – Part 22021-04-19T21:47:09+01:00

Coronavirus Vocabulary in English

2021-04-13T19:43:52+01:00

The coronavirus has been on everyone's lips (everyone's been talking about it) for the last year. When the coronavirus pandemic hit (started), our world completely changed. People stopped meeting friends, restaurants and entertainment places closed, and we all started doing much more at home. Now that we have been in the pandemic for more than a year, there is plenty of coronavirus vocabulary that we all use every day that we didn't even know about in January 2020. Our lives have changed significantly (a lot). Many of us are still spending most of our time at home, but hopefully we [...]

Coronavirus Vocabulary in English2021-04-13T19:43:52+01:00

Table Manners in English

2021-04-08T08:52:44+01:00

We have a saying in English -- "Manners maketh man." It means that your manners make you who you are and help to form (shape, make) someone's opinion of you (what they think of you). Manners are things like saying please and thank you, but having good manners doesn't stop there. Manners are also how you conduct yourself (how you act) in public and especially when you're eating. Having good table manners is a great thing to have, but what counts as good table manners varies (changes) from country to country and from culture to culture. So what are some [...]

Table Manners in English2021-04-08T08:52:44+01:00

Ways to Eat Eggs in English – Easy English

2021-01-07T12:20:43+01:00

Eggs are a breakfast staple (standard). I love having (eating) eggs at any time of day: breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They are so tasty (yummy, delicious) and can be cooked in many different ways. However, if you're learning English, you may not know how to order eggs in a restaurant. Ways to eat eggs in English is something you may not learn in a regular English class! Bespeaking is here to help. Check out (read, look at) these different ways to eat eggs in English. Then let us know how you prefer (like) to eat your eggs! Scrambled Do you [...]

Ways to Eat Eggs in English – Easy English2021-01-07T12:20:43+01:00

Election Vocabulary in English

2020-10-15T10:50:31+01:00

Elections are an important part of political life and an essential part of democracy (a political system where people vote for politicians). Minor (smaller) elections are usually held once a year, while major (larger) elections are held every few years. In the lead up (time before) to an election, there's a lot of news coverage about the election, the candidates (people running for office), and their policies (ideas of how to run things). It can be hard to understand what's being spoken of in the news if you don't know some of the election vocabulary involved. This is where Bespeaking [...]

Election Vocabulary in English2020-10-15T10:50:31+01:00

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