Don’t judge a book by its cover is an idiomatic expression. It means: “don’t judge someone or something just by looking at them” or “don’t count on appearance to judge people and things”. This expression is used daily and it is listed with the 50 most useful idioms. It
Many English students learn to speak English hardly. They try many methods and study almost all the time. Some of them use the right method but they still don’t speak English fluently. They are always seeking for the reason why they don’t speak English fluently. They usually forget that
Nowadays, there are many online communities to learn English. Some are better than others. Some are free and others are paid. Many forums and groups are online to improve English. I created this blog “How I Learn English” to share my learning with other learners like you. I started
Rapidex English speaking course is a legendary book written by R.K Gupta in the 1970s. It is designed for non-native English learners who want to speak English fluently. Rapidex English speaking course is very popular. English learners have used it since 1970s and they are still using it nowadays.
In order to learn to speak English fluently, each one has a method. Each English student is different. Some like to listen and others love to read. If you want to improve your spoken English, focus on listening to English. If you love to read, put in your mind
To speak English fluently you need to have a huge vocabulary. You can’t speak English fluently if you only know few words. In this article, I will show you how to enrich your English vocabulary using the word of the day. What is the word of the day? It is