Some adjectives go with certain prepositions. There is no real pattern – you need to learn them as you meet them. 

Comments

Hello Mahmoud Adel Mohamed,

There are two levels which could be described as 'B'. These are B1 (the lower of the two) and B2 (the higher). If you do a search for each of these then you will see plenty of results. I suggest you try some materials identified as B1 and some as B2 to see which are best suited to you.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello Everyone,
I'm sabi from Nepal. I am poor in English. I want to improve my english speaking and writing. And also want to get the high score in ielts as I want to try another country for a job. I work as a software quality analyst. Kindly need your help.

I wrote something for you but it is not published yet. Greetings for you!

Thank you AgnesR :) for your suggestions.
i have just read your comment.
I will do exactly as you said.

Hello Sabi,

Welcome to LearnEnglish! The best place to start is our Help section, which has useful information on using the site and on learning English most effectively. You should also take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page, which has advice on specific aspects of learning English.

We have a dedicated site for people intending to take IELTS. It's called Take IELTS and you can find it here. You'll find advice, tips, practice materials, mock exam papers and sample answers there - it's a great resource.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you peter :).
Highly appreciated for your words.i will do my best.

Hellow everyone, My pronouncation is very bad how can I improve it thanks and also need a person who want to also improve his English to chat with and correct each other so I won't be shy since we will be on a same level

Hello ngcobo,

Welcome to LearnEnglish! Having good pronunciation is very important and I would say that the most important thing is to have good models to listen to and copy. Our Listen and Watch section can help here - and remember that you can use the transcript which is provided for most of the recordings to read while you listen, so you can see the spelling as well as hear the pronunciation.

Remember that there are many aspects to pronunciation. Making the right sounds is important, but so is stress (word and sentence stress), intonation and fluency. For some tips on improving your speaking, including your pronunciation, you can take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page.

As far as chat goes, I'm afraid that this is not something that we organise. In fact, because we have some users who may be under 18 years of age we ask users not to share personal contact details on the site (see our House Rules here).

Best of luck with your learning!

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hello guys, i need your help please. i want to speak English fluently , so can you provide me with some sites to improve my speaking skills. thank you in advance .

Hello manar zaatreh,

To speak English fluently, most people need to work with a teacher at some point, so my first advice would be to look into the classes on offer at the British Council in Israel. There is also some general advice on our Frequently asked questions page, and you might find other ideas on our Facebook page as well.

Good luck!

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Pages