Maybe you thought they were interchangeable, or maybe you get them confused. In any case, here is an easy way to learn the difference between i.e. and e.g.
Achieving happiness and college success is overrated. Follow these five rules to reach your goal of being perfectly miserable at college or university.
If you speak English, you probably know a lot more Latin than you think. Here are 24 Latin phrases commonly used in the English language. Do you know them all?
Studying abroad is often a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. This article will help you enjoy every moment of your incredible experience.
When you’re writing an essay, it sometimes feels like “the road goes ever on and on.” Here are some ways to improve your essay-writing speed, inspired by Bilbo Baggins of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit.”
Even though there are many ways to say “hello” in English, learning the subtle nuances and connotations of each greeting can be challenging for those new to the language. Here’s your comprehensive guide on saying “hi” in English.
We might not all get to experience the ups and downs of going to school in a different country, but most of us know what it feels like to be homesick or uncomfortable at times. If you have friends or classmates who are international students, here are some ways you can help them enjoy their time studying abroad.
Living in an English-speaking community when you’re still learning the language is a challenge. Here are seven ways to improve your English communication and comprehension skills.
Avoiding gender bias in your academic writing can be difficult for those learning English. This guide will help you write clearly and sensitively.
Learning Grammar through Reading: What Harry Potter Can Teach Us about English Grammar Rules (Week 7)
Although it’s the last in the series, we hope this article about pronouns won’t leave you quite as emotional as you felt upon finishing “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” (But we suggest grabbing a tissue just in case.)