With many home tutors in Singapore offering a wide range of subjects and promises to raise your children’s grades, how would parents know which home tutors would best provide for the student?
We have gathered the most common mistakes of students during English oral exam in hopes that you will be aware of these mistakes and avid doing them.
We have you covered with 15 idiomatic expressions and how to use them. 1. A blessing in disguise 2. Beat around the bush 3. Bite the bullet 4. Cutting corners…
Hailed as the universal language, learning the English language can have a lot of perks and is worth every bit of effort you have put into honing your skills at the subject. Watching movies is one of the ways you can improve your English skills.
Have you ever encountered a well-versed individual whose words seem to mesmerize you with every metaphorical or idiomatic expression he writes or announces? You stand there listening to their speeches with your mouth wide open with no words to describe how enchanting their choices of words are; always the right word and phrase for the right situation.
According to a common research, the people of Singapore have been spending large amounts of money on private home tuitions. A recent study taken from the website todayonline.com showed that Singaporean parents went from investing $1.1 billion in 2013 to $1.4 billion in 2018 solely for the purpose of acquiring private home tuitions in Singapore for their children.