9 words about: Roles in football team

9 words about: Roles in football team

Hello there, If you read newspapers and follow social networking sites, you probably agree with me that there has been extensive media coverage of Euro 2020 over the recent days. In Vietnam, our people have also been celebrating the fact that the national football...

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9 words about: Fashion

9 words about: Fashion

Hi readers, Welcome to another post on my site! I recently came across news articles about Nguyen Cong Tri – a self-taught visionary fashion designer in Vietnam. Inspired by his contributions to the Vietnamese fashion industry, I would like to introduce you some...

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ENGLISH WORDS BORROWED FROM OTHER LANGUAGES – PART 3

ENGLISH WORDS BORROWED FROM OTHER LANGUAGES – PART 3

Welcome back to another post on loanwords series!  This time, I’d like to introduce to you another 20 English borrowings originating from Japanese, Latin, Norwegian, and Spanish.   Enjoy your time here! Photo credits: Bao Khanh Hoa, BGR,...

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9 words about: Covid-19 (Part 2)

9 words about: Covid-19 (Part 2)

Hi everyone, Welcome back to my site! I can’t be any more excited to have you here again. Coronavirus has been rampant all over the world for the past year, and I hope all is well with you no matter where you are and what you do.  Since the pandemic still...

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9 collocations about: HEALTH

9 collocations about: HEALTH

Today, I’m sharing with you 9 noun phrases related to health. More than anything else, I hope you usher in the new year with vitality and peace of mind.   Photo credits: ABC News, Depositphotos, Envato Elements, Fortune, Frazer Dental, Keck Medicine of USC,...

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Other ways to say: AREA

Other ways to say: AREA

Welcome to another post about vocabulary! We’re going to look at five bite-sized alternatives to ‘area’ which refers to a particular subject, activity, interest, or thought. Photo credits: Biography, Business Mirror, Business News Daily, Explore Health Careers, Hugh...

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American vs. British English: Home

American vs. British English: Home

Welcome back to the American vs. British English series! Are you ready to find out how the English language separates when it comes to the domain of housing? Let’s get the ball rolling! Photo credits: Envato Elements, Mashed, Noi That Duong Dai, The Verge, Wakefit,...

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Different Types Of Laugh

Different Types Of Laugh

My sheer purpose of creating posts in the Vocabulary page is to enrich your lexical repertoire, and today’s entry also gravitates toward that ultimate goal. All too often, I see there is an overdependence on ‘smile’ or ‘laugh’ in daily communication. Though these two...

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Collective Nouns For Animals

Collective Nouns For Animals

A collective noun is a word that is used to define a group or collection of people, animals or things. For instance, in the phrase a herd of elephants, the word herd is a collective noun. You probably know that a group of...

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Borrowed words from other languages – Part 2

Borrowed words from other languages – Part 2

Welcome back to the series of Borrowed words in English! Today, I’d like to introduce to you another 20 loan words that have their roots derived from German, Greek, Hindi, and Italian. Photo credits: Bridaltweet, Pexels, Pixabay, Unsplash, and Washington Post...

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