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Back to the Start: How Native English Speakers Talk About Starting Things

They say the secret to getting ahead is getting started, but how will people know you’re getting ahead if you don’t tell them what you’re starting?  Native English speakers use a lot of nuanced and elaborate expressions and idioms…
the bees knees

My favourite english idiom

Was bedeutet bees knees auf Deutsch?
different or other?

Different or other?

Wie schreibt mann andere auf englisch?
one coffee to go please
Himmel auf englisch, sky oder heaven

Der Himmel oder der Himmel? The sky or heaven?

Wann benutze ich "sky" und wann "heaven" als Übersetzung für den "Himmel"?
at or with your grandmother

Bei ≠ by

Wie schreibt man "Bei der Oma" auf englisch? Benutzt man "by" oder "at"?
englisch lernen - oder?

Du kannst schwimmen, oder?

Wie benutzt man "oder" in Fragestellungen auf englisch?

Year or years?

Describing someone by their age is always tricky, should I write year-old or years-old?
borrow or lend which one is right

Borrowing and lending

Lend me or borrow me? See which one is correct on our english grammar blog.
Interested in something

Denglish to english in easy steps

How do you talk about your interests in english?
they discussed the weather for hours

Discuss or discuss about?

Discussing and talking are two things we do often, find out how to use these verbs correctly.
Difference between Die Note and a note

About exams and notes

Have you just finished your exams? Are you waiting for the results? Have a look at this grammar post about a common mistake.

More english learning apps

Practise english with an app. We check out Memrise, Reverso Context and the British Council's Learn English Grammar app.

She screams and he screams

A sweet way to remember to add the "s" verb ending in english, when you talk about a "she" a "he" or an "it".

Hard or hardly, what is the difference?

You may know the general rule in english, add “ly” to the end of an adjective to make an adverb, that is a word which describes how a verb or an action took place . Like quiet and quietly, slow and slowly. But hard and hardly are exceptions.
Too many sugar cubes, too much sugar

Much or many? Which word is right?

So when should you say "too much" or "too many" in english?