The word "afraid" can be used in a couple of different ways in English, which might be confusing for learners. Read on for the two main ways to use "afraid," and how to use them in conversation. [Listen to the audio version of this lesson here.] afraid = fear One meaning of "afraid" is the… Continue reading How to use “afraid”
Do you have a hard time deciding if you need to use "come" or "go" in English? Check out this video lesson! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n35Omhh8mGE Get more lessons like this via email Sign up for the Teacher Amanda email list and you'll receive a free e-book of 33 Everyday English Expressions in your first email!
Last year, I made a post about English vocabulary words related to moving because I had just moved. And I just moved again! So I am re-posting the lesson, but I have updated it by adding more information and example sentences. 1. to hire movers vs. get/rent a U-Haul "Did you hire movers or get… Continue reading UPDATED! Moving: 6 American English vocabulary words