“My English is too poor,” 2 truths to destroy grammar shame.

“My English is too poor,” 2 truths to destroy grammar shame.

2 important truths to help you kill your grammar shame.

the one thing that kills shame even if you make many grammar mistakes.

the one thing that kills shame even if you make many grammar mistakes.

There is one powerful thing that can kill the shame you feel when you make a grammar mistake.

Using Time Phrases in the Simple Past

Using Time Phrases in the Simple Past

An Amazing Journey Ten years ago, I first discovered that I liked teaching English. At that time, I had no...

Use Adverbs of Frequency to Talk About the Past

Use Adverbs of Frequency to Talk About the Past

Bad Eating Habits When I was a little girl, I did not often eat healthy food. I never wanted to...

Use Simple past Tense to Tell a Story

Use Simple past Tense to Tell a Story

Birthday Fun On my last birthday, I took the day off from work. My mom took me out for breakfast....

Use Simple Past Tense for Completed Actions

Use Simple Past Tense for Completed Actions

Yesterday’s Actions I did several things yesterday. I ate breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I did some teaching. And my niece...

The Problem of the ED Ending

The Problem of the ED Ending

Pronouncing ED Endings Have you ever noticed that words that end with ED in English are not always pronounced with...

Talk About Life Changes with “Used to”

Talk About Life Changes with “Used to”

Reading Books I didn’t use to like reading books about business. I used to not enjoy any non-fiction books. I...

English Expression of the Week: get Someone’s Goat

English Expression of the Week: get Someone’s Goat

The Expression This week’s expression is “get someone’s goat.” This expression is very useful if someone is annoying or trying...

“Get” Means “Move/go Away”

“Get” Means “Move/go Away”

Go Away When I was a child, I lived on a ranch, a place to raise animals for food. Sometimes...

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