Most people learn « American » or « British » English, but there are other « Englishes », with slight variations and specific vocabulary and phrases, in other English-speaking countries. Today’s Tip for Success is about Australian English. Take the quiz to see if you can speak like a real “Aussie.”
With this recipe, you will learn how to make a delicious carrot cake, the best you will ever taste! You will also learn some useful English vocabulary related to baking, including some conversion tips for measurement units.
Is American really a language? Actually, it is simply a type of English. British people and Americans usually have no problem understanding each other, but there are some words that are different. Do you know which of these words are British and which are American?
With this recipe, you will learn how to make authentic cookies, the best you will ever taste! You will also learn some useful English vocabulary related to baking, including some conversion tips for measurement units.
One of Americans’ favorite Christmas goodies are sweet, dark Brownies! Follow this recipe to learn some English cooking vocabulary and make some delicious Brownies – remember the secret is not to cheat on the quantity of sugar!
Many English words are the same as in French, but often an English word looks like a French word, and means something completely different. These are called “false friends.” Take this quiz and check that you know who the “real friends” are!
Halloween is coming! What do you call a small animal like a mouse with wings that flies at night? Which word refers to a man who has magical powers? You might know most of these words, but will you remember them? Play our Halloween Quiz and train your memory!
Cette recette d’automne, variante de la tarte aux pommes, est l’un des desserts américains les plus fameux. Savez-vous comment on dit “pâte”, “pétrir” ou “garniture” en anglais ? Enrichissez votre vocabulaire tout en préparant une délicieuse pâtisserie grâce cette recette simple à réaliser et… régalez-vous !