6 English phrases that don’t mean what you think they mean. In this Smart Language Solutions blog I will explain some English phrases that have totally different meanings to the words used! Level: B1 Language: English Reading Time: 6 minutes Have you been to England? When you were in England did you hear someone say,
Learn the meaning of the English idiom “on the back foot” In this Smart Language Solutions I will help you learn the meaning of the English idiom “on the back foot”. Recently I was listening to a sports commentary on the Irish radio station RTE. It was the commentary of a famous game of rugby
What is the slang meaning of the name Herbert? In this Smart Language Solutions English blog I will try to explain what is the slang meaning of the name Herbert. Level: B1 Language: English Reading Time: 6 Minutes Other than the character Herbert from the TV show Family Guy, do you know anyone called Herbert?
What does Hashtag President Bawbag mean? This weekend a new hashtag appeared across social media, it is related to the American president Donald Trump. The word is Bawbag and the hashtag is President Bawbag, in this Smart Language Solutions blog I will answer the question; what does Hashtag President Bawbag mean? I will also explain
Is that a pipe in your eye? Cockney Rhyming Slang. In London there is a secret language that can cause a lot of confusion. This secret language is called Cockney Rhyming Slang. Thankfully it is not used very much by most Londoners. In this free online English lesson from Smart Language Solutions I will explain
How to correctly address a business English letter Have you ever had to write a business letter in English? When you wrote that business letter did you know if you had to use Dear Sir, Dear Madam, Dear Mr, Dear Mrs, or Dear Ms, in the introduction, and did you know when to use Yours
Bigly – What is Donald Trump saying? Improve your English communication online. Reading time: 10 minutes Level: Upper-Intermediate (B2) Donald Trump won the Electoral College vote to become the 45th President of the United States of America. From the moment he started running for the office of President he said a lot of things, and
Four tips on how to use ordinal and cardinal numbers. In this Smart Language Solutions post I give you four tips on how to use ordinal and cardinal numbers. English has lots of little rules that can make learning confusing, and how to write numbers correctly can cause problems. In fact many native English speakers
Donald John Trump is an American politician, businessman and television personality. He is the 45th President-elect of the United States. What do you think?
English Grammar, The Future Will Continuous Tense – Learn with Language Exchange. Improve your use and understanding of the future will continuous tense with this free lesson from the language exchange website – Smart Language Solutions. No matter how well you speak any language it is always a good idea to review the grammar rules