Tip of the Day:
The causative verb 'make' expresses the idea that the person causing the event requires the persons doing the event to take the desired action.
They make their children do an extra hour of homework every evening.
She made her son quit his job to focus on his studies.
Quiz of the Day - Building Phrasal Verb Vocabulary:
This series of exercises helps you build your basic phrasal verb vocabulary. The exercises include audio example sentences, definition matching exercises and, once the phrasal verbs have been introduced, practice sentences.
English Worksheet of the Day - SMS Texting:
It's the new language going round the Earth - Texting. What is it? Well, it's those acronyms such as 'URT1' (Translation: You are the one) which young people (and some old) are using when sending SMS messages, speaking in chat rooms or sending e-mail. Here is a resource for English learners that provides a definition and an explanation in simple English.