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.
Do you know if your spelling is more British or American English? The tables below show some of the the main differences.
Look at the man in the picture. Does he have 'a hard job' or 'hard work'? In English, the nouns work and job can have similar but also quite different meanings. Let's look at the differences and then answer the question.
The adjectives bored and boring are often confused by English learners. In fact, the meanings of these two words are very different as we will see in this post.
Many learners of English (and native speakers!) want to know which expression is correct: different than, different from or different to. In this post, we will look at these confusing phrases.