“In time”, “on time”: difference

On timeWe use on time to say that something happened 'exactly at the planned time'. We use it when speaking about timetables and arrangements. On time suggests that something or someone is neither late nor early. I … [Read More...]

Confusing words: forget, leave

We use forget something and leave something differently. Here are the important differences that English learners need to know: Forget something We use forget something to say that we accidentally left something … [Read More...]

Short BBC video news reports to improve vocabulary, listening skills

Here's our tip for using news reports to increase your English vocabulary. You'll improve your listening skills at the same time. You may have already used news websites to help improve your English. The problem with … [Read More...]