We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the International Rescue Committee (IRC), and the launch of our pilot program to offer free online English lessons to refugees.
Although the term “gerund” may sound unfamiliar, we use them in English everyday.
The words “many” and “much” can be tricky for English language learners. They mean similar things, but we use them in different ways.
How can I talk about where I live, or where I am from? That is a common question for LingoLoop learners. Here is a list of some common words you can use during a conversation about where you live.
Here is a short story about John and Tina. All of the mistakes are in red. Can you reply with all of the corrections?
What is the difference between walking, jogging, running, and sprinting?
As you know, native English speakers greet each other in other in many ways. Here is a list of some of the most common greetings. Try to use at least one new each today. Remember, the best way to improve is by using the language.
You want to be fluent. You study all the time. You read articles. You watch videos. But you are still making these 5 mistakes. Why? Stop making these mistakes. Stop, I say!