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How to Learn English Through the News

Learning English can be an exciting endeavor. With new advances in technology and connectivity, it’s possible to learn English in a variety of ways – mobile apps, films and music, or even through online video chat. Many English learners simply look at the English...

Common American Idioms and Expressions (part 1)

An idiom is an expression whose literal meaning differs from the intended (figurative) meaning. For example, if an American student says that an exam was “a piece of cake,” s/he means the test was very easy (not that the exam was a literal dessert pastry)....

Who vs. Whom: Who Knows the Difference?

The use of who and whom can be confusing to anyone new to English. In fact, many native English speakers encounter difficulty in remembering the difference. But don’t fret–assuming you already know the difference between he/she (subject pronouns) and...

10 Common English Mistakes You NEED To Avoid

For those of you who aren’t able to visit us for our professional English classes for adults in Harlem, we wanted to share 10 common mistakes that you’ll definitely need to know if you want to master your written English, whether it’s for work or...