2608, 2015

Legal or illegal? Beach English Prefixes.

In English, the prefix, or letters before a word, can give a clue to its meaning.   For example, RE before a word means ‘again’.  Review is to view again. React is to act again. [...]

2508, 2015

Feeling Blue? Beach English Color Idioms.

In English, we have many idioms, or expressions, using colors. For example, if I am feeling blue, how am I a feeling?  I’m sad.   Blue is associated with sadness.   Or I am the black [...]

2408, 2015

Walked, Called, Wanted. Beach English Pronunciation.

Regular verbs in the past tense end in the letters ‘ed’, but unfortunately for English learners, this ‘ed’ ending is pronounced different ways depending on the verb.   Here are the 3 common pronunciations: Normally [...]

2906, 2015

Making Exercise or Doing Exercise? Beach English Verbs.

The verbs ‘Make’ and ‘Do’ can have similar meanings in English.  In what situations do we use them? In some languages, ‘Make’ and ‘Do’ translate into 1 word (For example in Spanish ‘Hacer’ or in [...]

2906, 2015

17 Ways to say ‘Good’ in English. Beach English Adjectives.

The words ‘good’ or ‘nice’ in English are boring!  Now that your English is improving, try replacing ‘good’ with stronger, more expressive adjectives.  Here are several….Excellent, Fantastic, Awesome, Tremendous, Magnificent, Marvelous, Unbelievable, Incredible, Super, Spectacular, [...]

2906, 2015

Hole in the Whole. Beach English Homophones.

Homophones are words with the same pronunciation, but different meanings.  There are many homophones in English.  For example: Dear-Deer, Poor-Pour, Do-Due, Here-Hear, Read-Red, Blue-Blew, One-Won, For-Four, Ate-Eight, Which-Witch, Wear-Where, I-Eye, See-Sea, Toe-Tow, Cell-Sell, Sail-Sale, Son-Sun, [...]

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