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Vocabulary is much more important than grammar. If you know the meaning of the words you can understand a text even without knowing the grammar. If you...

Paul Nation in his book What Should Every EFL Teacher Know suggests that every language course should consist of four strands: Vocabulary development,...

I have just published a new book. It is called Grammar Up. Grammar Up is a new, holistic approach to teaching and learning English grammar. When you take...

We live and teach in the communicative era. However, the textbooks offer very few speaking activities where students could practise the language they have...

Mobile phones are bad! Students spend hours on mobile apps and they do not learn! What can we do about it? I tried to do something about it. I prepared...

Speaking activities are essential in a communicative approach. Most people agree that students should communicate ever since they start learning English....

For ESL students and pupils in Great Britain, India, Australia, New Zealand and many other countries, it is crucial to learn the parts of speech in English....

When students hear the phrase indirect questions, they get scared. But actually this is one of the easiest grammar points in English. The only thing you...