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Ways to Eat Eggs in English – Easy English


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

Meat Vocabulary to Know – Easy English


Do you like to eat meat? Many people enjoy eating meat, which comes from animals. There are many different kinds of meat that you can eat. To help explain the different terms (words) we use, we wrote this blog about meat vocabulary. Some of these words you might have heard before. But some may be new to you! No matter what, we're sure this meat vocabulary will be useful to you. Check out this list of helpful meat vocabulary to help you prepare (make) a delicious meal! Beef If you want some meat that comes from cows, you don't ask [...]

Meat Vocabulary to Know – Easy English2020-09-03T09:17:21+01:00

Latin Words Used in English


I was the worst Latin student of all time (ever). I took one year of Latin when I was in 7th grade, hoping it would help me later in college when I studied English. It might have benefited (helped) me more, however, if I had decided to go into the medical field, but I still think it's fun to find Latin words used in English and try to remember what they mean. As with our borrowings from French, Yiddish, and German here and here, we've gained a lot as a culture from the Ancient Romans and their language, Latin, such as [...]

Latin Words Used in English2021-02-17T18:29:30+01:00

How to Write a University Motivation Letter


For those of you who are starting your last year of high school, or know someone who is, it's time to start writing your university motivation letter and applying to college! Applying for university or college can be a challenging task…and I remember it well. You're trying to manage (handle, do) your normal school work, but at the same time you're trying to find the right school to guide you into the future you want. And once you send out your applications, you check the mailbox (or Inbox) nervously (worried or anxious) every day for their response (answer). But first [...]

How to Write a University Motivation Letter2020-12-06T20:59:51+01:00

How to Learn English Fast


Last week here on the Bespeaking blog, we talked about how to incorporate (to add into) more English into your everyday life. We got a TON of feedback from other language learners – thank you! - and wanted to share their tips on how to learn English fast with you here: Change your phone / Facebook We all use our smartphones every day. Think about it - they are always in our hands! And how many times a day do you check Facebook for messages, news, or to see what your friends are up to? Changing the language of your [...]

How to Learn English Fast2020-12-06T13:34:43+01:00

False Friends in English: Part Two


Did you love our post last week about false friends in English and German? Then just for you, here's part two. If you missed out, find part one here! And in case you need a little catching up as to what false friends are, they're words in languages that look the same, but have different meanings. If you're looking to expand (grow, make bigger) your language knowledge, here are six more false friends in English and German and their meanings! Wonder/sich wundern Do you wonder about differences between German and English? Could it be the difference between wonder and sich [...]

False Friends in English: Part Two2020-10-18T15:14:14+01:00

False Friends – Not Just People


One of the most confusing things when you're learning a new language are called false friends. Thankfully, they're not people who only pretend (behave in a certain way, when they actually think the opposite) to be your friend! “False friends” refers to words in two languages that look similar, but have different meanings. These words can be frustrating (annoying) when you're learning a new language, because false friends look so similar. However, we're here to help! Here you'll find some of the most pesky English/German false friends and their meanings. Read on and improve your skills (in both languages)! Become/ bekommen Become and bekommen are [...]

False Friends – Not Just People2020-10-18T14:46:18+01:00
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