English Lesson: “In My Mind” Vs “On My Mind”

In this post, let’s clarify two prepositional phrases: in my mind on my mind Truth be told, you’re not really going to use “in my mind” all that much. If you hear it, it just means “in my opinion”. So why not use in my opinion? Exactly! “On my mind” will be way more usefulContinue reading “English Lesson: “In My Mind” Vs “On My Mind””

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: Let’s

I never want to see you make this mistake again! Let’s get this right: don’t use a gerund in combination with “let’s”. Don’t know what I’m talking about? Oh, sure you do! I hear it all the time: Let’s eating. Let’s fighting. Let’s doing again. Wrong. All wrong! Let’s eat. Let’s do it again. Let’s fight–Continue reading “English Lesson: Let’s”

English Lesson: 5 Phrasal Verbs Using “Call”

If you want to sound more natural with your English speaking, it’s a good idea to incorporate the use of phrasal verbs— just be sure you don’t carried away and try to use them in every, single sentence. Phrasal verb overload sounds very un-natural! For those who don’t know, a phrasal verb is when you take a verb and addContinue reading “English Lesson: 5 Phrasal Verbs Using “Call””