In this post, we will look at the difference between the adjectives 'tired' and 'tiring'.
One very common mistake that learners make is when they say "I'm interesting" when they should say "I'm interested". Let's take a look at these two confusing adjectives.
Look at the picture above. Did this man arrive on time or in time? We use both the expressions on time and in time to mean 'not late', but we use them in slightly different ways.
Are you confused by abbreviations? Here are some typical abbreviations used by native speakers in everyday informal English.
Are the students 'repeating' their notes or 'reviewing' their notes? Many languages use the same word for repeat, review and revise. So in this post, we are going to look at the differences between these English verbs.
The words economic and economical are often confused by English learners and used interchangeably. In fact, these words are quite different in meaning.