Describe your character and personality in English

At the moment this is the most popular video from my YouTube channel, with more than 200 000 views. It gives essential vocabulary on the topic, the words, mostly adjectives, are given with their opposites. Perfect for students, teachers, those who are preparing for international English language examinations as well as for more general audience of English learners.  

Describe your appearance in English

This video, “Describe Your Appearance in English”, is a logical continuation of “Describe Your Character and Personality in English”, and you simply can’t miss it if you are learning to describe people in English. It is also great for pupils, students, learners preparing for English exams, and also for teachers.

Holiday and travelling in English

“Holiday and Travelling” is one of the most popular topics among English learners. This video gives a lot of important vocabulary on the topic, and it is good help for students and teachers in their studies and work. You can use it preparing for exams, in the classroom and simply when you are learning English solo.

Causative forms and patterns in English

This is a short but very clear explanation of what causative structures in English are, their types and appropriate usage. The video is a great help for both teachers and students and I am giving away its PDF version absolutely FREE! 

How to speak about money in English

A set of simple but very informative visuals to explain vocabulary on the topic “Money”. Given with pictures, explicit explanations and examples, it is ideal for both classwork and a learner’s solo use.

Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Related to Food

A set of cards to help you or your students learn some idioms related to food. Easy to use anytime, anywhere: commuting, at home, in a café. For teachers it can be a great help to give students opportunity to learn something new with fun

Difference B/W Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous

Grammar cards for learners of intermediate and upper-intermediate levels explaining the difference between the past perfect and past perfect continuous tenses. Ideal for self-study and for classwork with a teacher. Final slides are tables with the summary of the rules explained in the video

Business English. Types of Business. Basic Business Vocabulary

The first video of the new series Business English which explains the basic forms of business organisation and the most essential business notions: liability, limited companies in UK and USA, business roles, tax basics and more. The downloadable version contains cards in PDF for personal use and for work in class

5 Meanings of “Bring Down”

This FREE resource is a PDF version of my video “Phrasal Verbs: 5 Meanings of Bring Down” that will help you learn five meanings that I have chosen for you with illustrations and examples. If you are a teacher, you can also use the presentation in your class. Do not forget though, that despite it is free, the file can not be shared electronically. Please, read the copyright page.

Ebook: Word Formation Rules Quiz 1

These are pdf slides of my video “Word Formation Quiz 1” which can help you learn the derivatives of the following words: forget, create, ambition, care, self, fun, rely, conserve, collect, reduce, environment, manage, improve, weak, dark. There is also one bonus slide that can be used as a writing exercise. Perfect for both teachers and learners of English.

Ebook: Difference Between Used To, Be Used To and Get Used to

These are pdf slides of my video “Difference Between Used To, Be Used To and Get Used To” which can help you learn to use these constructions correctly. Perfect for both teachers and learners of English.