Love is in the air, so I wanted to share some great vocabulary for romantic relationships. You'll see these phrases on television, in movies, and of course, whenever people talk about being in love. No matter what stage of a relationship you're in––single, dating, married, or something else (it's complicated)––there are creative ways to describe your … Continue reading Speak the Language of Love: Vocabulary for romantic relationships
It's easy to confuse these two terms. They are used when we give or take something that will be returned (Well, we hope it will!) LEND = Give To lend is to give someone something for a short time. Lend requires a direct pronoun (money, a phone, a sweater, etc.) and an indirect object pronoun (me, … Continue reading Borrow or Lend: What’s the difference?
When talking about travel, it's easy to confuse the phrasal verbs go back and come back. They both mean to return. So what's the difference? It's actually very simple. It all depends on where you are at the time of speaking. For example, if you are from Italy, but you are in California right now, you would say: I'm going … Continue reading Go Back or Come Back: What’s the Difference?