Vocabulary

  • Binomial Expressions Using Synonyms

    Binomial Expressions Using Synonyms

    In this lesson, we look at binomial expressions using synonyms (words with same or similar meanings). This is the second video in a short series on binomial expressions.

  • How To Use Dawn, Daybreak, and Aurora

    How To Use Dawn, Daybreak, and Aurora

    I was asked how to use dawn, daybreak, and aurora correctly. Dawn as a noun means the beginning of the day. My name is Dawn, and daybreak is a synonym of dawn. This is why my website is called Daybreak English!

  • Synonyms with Subtle Different Meanings

    Synonyms with Subtle Different Meanings

    There are very few perfect synonyms in English. Find out the subtle differences between these synonyms – Begin & Start, End & Finish, Suitable & Appropriate.

  • Jealousy vs Envy

    Jealousy vs Envy

    Is there a difference between jealousy and envy, or are they synonyms? Learn more about both, and why they are so often confused.

  • Christmas Idioms & Expressions

    Christmas Idioms & Expressions

    In this video, we learn about some idioms and expressions relating to Christmas. Find out what it means to get lit like a Christmas tree!

  • Names of Dental Professionals

    Names of Dental Professionals

    In this lesson, we look at Dental Professionals. What are they called in English, and what do they do?

  • At Someone or To Someone

    At Someone or To Someone

    At someone or to someone? Which preposition do we use when we talk about something going towards a person or animal? Do I talk to you or at you?

  • Altogether or All Together

    Altogether or All Together

    Altogether or All together? It it one word or two? Find out in my new video!

  • False Synonyms in English – Advanced

    False Synonyms in English – Advanced

    I look at some confusing pairs of words that look like they might mean the same or similar things. Advanced English vocabulary.

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