AEE 1335: Challenging Everything You Thought You Knew About Stative Verbs in English

Are you loving 2020 so far? Have you heard people use a word like “loving” in this way in English grammar? This is a great example of a stative verb, and it can be confusing if you aren’t sure of how it works. We’re going… Read More

AEE 1328: Can’t Bear Spelling Mistakes?

Have you heard somebody say that they “built something with their bare hands?” Have you also heard somebody say they “can’t bear it” in conversation? These two words are very different in their meaning, but they can be confusing as they sound the same. We’re… Read More

AEE 1326: The Art of The Prefix in English

Are you doing any reorganizing or decluttering right now? Have you heard words that begin with “re” or “de” used in English? These are very common prefixes that you will see used often, and they have distinct meanings. In this ESL grammar lesson we’re going… Read More

AEE 1321: Give Props Versus Give a Shout Out in English

Have you heard the word “give” used in multiple ways? Have you heard somebody “give props” or “give a shout out?” These are two English phrases that are used quite often, and we’re going to look at them. It’s important to learn English idioms if… Read More

AEE 1320: Challenge Yourself to Use This Word in English Naturally

What is something that challenges you? Do you like to be challenged or does this frustrate you? We’re going to look at the word “challenge” and how it can be used, and what it means in different contexts. This is a word that you are… Read More