CaMLA Global
yesterday at 15:15. Facebook
Do you know of any other idioms with similar meanings? :)
CaMLA Global
02/24/2017 at 16:52. Facebook
Sometimes it’s the little things that make the difference! :)
CaMLA Global
02/23/2017 at 18:39. Facebook
Have you had to pivot recently? Perhaps while working on a big project or paper? Try using the word “pivot” in a new sentence below. :)
CaMLA Global
02/22/2017 at 15:08. Facebook
It’s OK to refer to yourself as clueless about something. But it is rude to tell someone else that they are clueless! :)
Truely or truly? :)
Hi FB friends! Listen to a short statement followed by a question. The correct answer will be given at the end.
Have you ever heard the expression to be “all over the place?” Did you wonder what it meant?
We’ve all blundered at one time or another.
Try writing a new sentence using "influx" below. :)
What comes to mind when you hear the phrase, “a needle in a haystack”?
Here are the answers from yesterday’s word scramble. Are you craving some pizza right now? The toppings for pizza are only limited by your imagination. What’s your favorite comfort food?
It’s time for pizza, one of our favorite foods! Do you like pizza? What's your favorite topping?
Try using the word “flourish” in a new sentence below. :)
Did you know that the words “accommodate” and “accommodation” are frequently misspelled? Even native English speakers frequently misspell these two words.
Hi FB friends! Today we're trying a new type of post. Listen to a short statement followed by a question. The correct answer will be given at the end. :)
Has anyone ever told you that you have a doppelgänger?
Cite, Site, Sight

These three words are commonly mixed up in writing. Do you know the difference?

You could cite an article about sightseeing the sites of certain famous events in history. ;)
The answer to yesterday’s vocabulary question is “c”. To be impatient means to be irritated or annoyed, especially at having to wait for something or someone. Perhaps this man’s bus or train is not on time, making him feel impatient. ;)
Hi FB friends! Which of the following pictures shows a person who feels impatient? We’ll post the correct choice tomorrow. Try using the word "impatient" in a new sentence below. :)
Have you ever heard someone use this word before? If so, hopefully they weren’t using it to describe something about you! This slang term is usually pronounced "LAO-zee". :)