Is it “My apologies for” or “My apologies on”?
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English Lesson: Way
When you’re first learning a language, you learn several stock phrases. I’m talking about the rudimentary basics like: How are you? My name is~ The weather is~ For all intents and purposes, these are “correct” uses of English. The big problem is that when you only use these kinds of basics, you’ll continue to soundContinue reading “English Lesson: Way”
English Lesson: “Until”
When speaking English, there’s lots of prepositions that can be confusing. In this lesson, let’s make sure you don’t misuse “until”. In order to understand this word, let’s use the example of a work schedule. Most of you work from 9 to 5. In other words, you finish work at 5. You work until 5. (Think of “until” asContinue reading “English Lesson: “Until””
English Lesson: “To Be Into”
About 4-5 years ago, I went on a couple dates with a college professor. She was smart as a whip and in love with her job. I was really into her because I have a ton of respect for anyone who’s found work that they’re passionate about. The problem was she might’ve been a little too into herContinue reading “English Lesson: “To Be Into””