Sneezes of the World

Good day to you all. An onomatopoeia is the creation of words that imitate natural sounds. For example, in English the sound snakes makes is called a “hiss”. Why? Because to us, that’s what it sounds ...

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Learn English with Songs: “Roar”

Hi there! Welcome to Wednesday’s blog! Today we will be learning new words with Katy Perry’s new song “Roar”. To roar means to make the loud sound of a wild animal (such as a lion). Right, ...

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Become inspired with Kaplan International

Good morning everyone! Today we are excited and proud to introduce you to Kaplan International Colleges. Like us, they are passionate about finding new methods for you to fall in love with the English language. ...

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Pangea

Good morning! Pangaea, Pangæa, or Pangea was a supercontinent that existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras, forming about 300 million years ago. It began to break apart around 200 million years ago. The single global ocean which surrounded Pangaea is accordingly named Panthalassa. The ...

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The longest words in English

In terms of languages, English has more words than any other by a long shot. Today we are going to focus on words in English which are longer and slightly more complicated than the norm ...

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A joke!

Good morning! We hope you are having a lovely Thursday. Would you like to hear a (bad) joke? Teacher: Tell me a sentence that starts with an “I”. Student: I is the… Teacher: Stop! Never ...

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The Decision – to be continued…

Good morning! As you know, Wednesdays are the day we publish a new episode of “The Decision“. As you also know, this novel is currently being written by the founder of ABA English. And novels ...

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