Wednesday Word of the Day: Global Warming

  Global Warming noun  Definition: A gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth’s atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, CFCs, and other pollutants. As the years go by, each summer in the West coast (Best coast! … Read more

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Grain of Grammar: Play, Go, Do!

  Hello everyone! Welcome back to Grain of Grammar! Since the weather is getting nicer, we are going to talk about a grammar point that we can use every day when we go outside! Let’s talk about the difference between PLAY / GO / DO for sports!   What sports do we use the verb “play”? Baske … Read more

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Grain of Grammar: Future Forms

It is time for another “Grain of Grammar” lesson! These short posts help clarify some of the most frequently-made mistakes in the English language. Whether you are an ESL student learning English in USA for the first time or a native English speaker, we hope you find these quick tips useful. Today w … Read more

A marine layer creates fog!

Wednesday Word of the Day: Marine Layer

2016 is the year for unusual weather in Southern California. In addition to the weather anomaly of El Niño, February had some record high heat and March is turning out to be unseasonably cold. This week, Los Angeles has been covered in a layer of fog, and this is due to today’s Wednesday Word … Read more