Words of the Weekend

How to Talk about Love and Dating in English for Valentine’s Day + 25 helpful verbs and expressions

Did you know that the official day of love and romance is right around the corner? Okay, Valentine’s Day might just be a “Hallmark holiday” (which means it was just created by the largely famous greeting card company called Hallmark to make them profits), but we can’t deny that love is in the air around this…

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Word of the weekend: Vicarious

Word of the weekend: Vicarious I’ve been living vicariously through others’ photos and stories during these past few weeks as the summer is ending, and it can be an excellent way to experience adventure!                                   Courtesy of: Merriam-Webster Learner’s…

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Word of the weekend: forte

Why is it useful? Use this word to explain what you like and what you’re good at! Or, just the opposite.. Let someone know you’re not up to something, because it’s not your ‘forte’. additional vocabulary: to be up to something – be interested in doing Courtesy: Merriam-Webster Learner’s Dictionary

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Word of the Weekend: productive

Why is it important? This word can be used personally and professionally, and productivity is important for both areas. I am utilizing my surgery downtime to be extremely productive with several projects. How about you? Courtesy: Merriam-Webster Learner’s Dictionary

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Words 1 & 2 of the Weekend: Independence Day & patriotism

Oh yeah, words of the weekend have come early! Happy 4th of July! Why are these words useful? It’s an important holiday here in the States. So whether you’re living here, are interested in American culture, or are just interested in English, it could be helpful for you to know what today is celebrating. Patriotism…

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