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3101, 2017

Vocabulary for coffee lovers

By |January 31st, 2017|Categories: Going Fluent|0 Comments

TODAY’S LESSON: COFFEE VOCABULARY

Fancy a cup of coffee? Can’t survive one day without it? You aren’t alone ūüėČ

Learn the essential vocabulary linked with coffee and never miss a tasty cup when abroad :)

What’s your favourite coffee […]

1912, 2016

Learn English with minimum effort and maximum results

By |December 19th, 2016|Categories: Going Fluent|0 Comments

By Agnieszka, Founder and CEO at GoingEnglish
 

New Year’s around the corner. Prepare yourself and start it with new, positive energy! Change something in your life and start learning English!¬†Read my hints on how to learn English with […]

712, 2016

Why do we abbreviate pounds as lbs?

By |December 7th, 2016|Categories: Going Fluent|0 Comments

Lb is an abbreviation of the Latin word Libra which was part of the Roman unit of weight: Libra Pondo which means “pound weight”. Britain derived “pound” from that expression as its unit of measurement […]

1011, 2016

THEFT, BURGLARY or ROBBERY?

By |November 10th, 2016|Categories: Going Fluent|Comments Off on THEFT, BURGLARY or ROBBERY?

THEFT,¬†BURGLARY or¬†ROBBERY?¬†WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

What’s the difference between¬†THEFT, BURGLARY and ROBBERY? *click the word to hear its pronunciation*

THEFT¬†means to take something from someone with the intention of¬†keeping it permanently; without the owner’s consent. Someone who commits […]

811, 2016

National Symbols of Australia

By |November 8th, 2016|Categories: Going Fluent|0 Comments

What do you know about Australia?¬†🇦🇺

We  prepared an infographic for you with its basic symbols. What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear Australia?
Share your knowledge with #GoingEnglish!

211, 2016

LEND or BORROW?

By |November 2nd, 2016|Categories: Going Fluent|Comments Off on LEND or BORROW?

LEND¬†and BORROW: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

What’s the difference between¬†LEND¬†and¬†BORROW? *click the word to hear its pronunciation*

LEND means to give something temporarily to other person. If you lend someone something, they borrow it from you.
May I borrow your […]