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Vocabulary for the Dentist in English

2021-05-19T19:13:40+01:00

How often do you go to the dentist? The dentist is a doctor who cares for your teeth, and it's recommended that you go to the dentist regularly (again and again). However, if English is not your native language (the language you grew up speaking), then you probably need some vocabulary for the dentist. Going to any doctor can be intimidating (scary, make you feel uncomfortable) if you don't know what to say once you're there! As always, we're here to help with some important vocabulary for the dentist. Keep reading to find out some of the words you may [...]

Vocabulary for the Dentist in English2021-05-19T19:13:40+01:00

Vocabulary for When Food Goes Bad – Easy English

2021-05-05T18:02:12+01:00

Have you ever had food go bad? You probably have! Food going bad is a very common problem. There is certain (specific) vocabulary used for when food goes bad. Not every word describes (talks about) each kind of food. We thought it would be a good idea to talk about this. Which words do you use for which food? What do you say when food is bad? Here is some common vocabulary for when food is bad. Have you heard any of these before? Read on (keep reading) to find out more. Stale Have you ever bought cereal that has [...]

Vocabulary for When Food Goes Bad – Easy English2021-05-05T18:02:12+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

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

Heteronyms in English

2020-11-19T12:45:36+01:00

When learning English, there are a few pitfalls (confusing things, tricks) to be aware of. One of these are heteronyms in English, which are words that are spelled the same, but pronounced differently and with different meanings. Heteronyms in English can be very confusing, but they're good to be aware of. Heteronyms are everywhere (common) in the language, so we've put together a list of some of the most common heteronyms in English that you will see. Sometimes you'll only be able to tell the meaning of a heteronym from the context (words around it) so make sure to pay [...]

Heteronyms in English2020-11-19T12:45:36+01:00

Meat Vocabulary to Know – Easy English

2020-09-03T09:17:21+01:00

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

Root Work Loqu: to talk, speak

2020-08-27T11:20:58+01:00

There are a lot of words to talk about how we speak, why we speak, and the ways we speak. Some of these words contain the root word loqu, meaning to speak or to talk. Words containing the root word loqu can look difficult at first, but once you see the root word loqu in them, and know that it has something to do with speaking, you may have an easier time figuring them out (understanding them). This is why we love root words! Learning root words makes it easier to figure out what unfamiliar (something you don't know) words [...]

Root Work Loqu: to talk, speak2020-08-27T11:20:58+01:00

Furniture Vocabulary in English

2020-08-20T10:31:00+01:00

One of my favorite things to do when I move into a new apartment is to set up (decorate) my new rooms. I love arranging (placing) furniture around the room and seeing how it looks. I also enjoy finding new pieces of furniture to buy to decorate my house with. The furniture you choose can help you to express yourself (show your personality) to people who you invite into (ask to come over to) your home. When you're looking for new furniture for your home, wouldn't some furniture vocabulary come in handy? This week, we've decided to look at some [...]

Furniture Vocabulary in English2020-08-20T10:31:00+01:00

To, Too, or Two?: Fun with English Homophones

2020-11-22T12:19:08+01:00

Have you heard of  English homophones? Do you know the difference between wound and wound? What about to, too, and two? If you do, you're probably a pretty proficient (experienced, skilled) English speaker. But even fluent speakers need a brush up once in a while! English homophones are two or more words that sound the same but have different spellings and/or meanings. Check out this list of English homophones and see how many you get right! To, Too, Two There are three different spellings for the word to (or too, or two), all pronounced the same way. To means expressing [...]

To, Too, or Two?: Fun with English Homophones2020-11-22T12:19:08+01:00

False Friends – Not Just People

2020-10-18T14:46:18+01:00

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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