• Spring Hike in Glacier Park

    Last weekend, a friend picked me up from my house and we took off in the truck for the first official day hike of the spring season in Glacier National Park. The sun was out, the sky was bright blue, and it was really warming up as we arrived at the trailhead. After packing our […]

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  • Reported Speech in English – Video and Exercise

    Learn how to correctly report speech in English with this video and exercise.

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  • LOI English Teachers: Julie Price

    Students from Brazil, any particular characteristic? learning process, struggles, etc São Paulo, Rio pronunciation tendencies, confident, easy to talk to, not afraid to make mistakes, fix their grammar, excited to talk moving to Argentina, be immersed to another culture, learn another language the biggest difference is the setting, it’s great, teaching a language online is […]

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  • LOI English Teachers: Adriana Menoli

    To have English lessons through Skype can be stressful, specially because there are certain myths involving this type of learning. That is why I decided to talk to various LOI English Teachers in order to help students know them better. Adriana Menoli is a Brazilian teacher that lived in the US for over 10 years. […]

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  • English Idioms Used in Business and Work

    Ok English students, it’s time to get your nose to the grindstone, break your backs and

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  • Figure Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Figure Out Infinitive form: Figure Out Present Tense: Figure out/Figures out ing form: Figuring Out Past tense: Figured Out Participle: Figured Out It is a separable phrasal verb that can be used in two ways: 1. When you understand or learn the answer to a question or the […]

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  • Come From – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb is come from. Infinitive: Come From Present Tense: Come From/Comes From -ing Form: Coming From Past Tense: Came From Past Participle: Come From It is a non-separable phrasal verb that can be used in three ways. 1. The place you come from is the place where you were born, or where you […]

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  • Look For – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb is  Look For. Infinitive: Look For Present Tense: Look For/Looks For -ing Form: Looking For Past Tense: Looked For Past Participle: Looked For It is a non-separable phrasal verb that can be used in three ways. 1. Example:  

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  • Put On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Learn how to use the English phrasal verb Put On, with an explanation, helpful video and exercises.

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  • Give Back – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is Give Back. Add give back to your vocabulary our lesson, video and exercises.

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  • Show Up – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Add Show Up to the list of your must-learn Phrasal Verbs. Subscribe to get a new one sent to your email every day.

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  • Cut Back – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Cut Back   Infinitive form: Cut Back Present tense: Cut Back/ Cuts Back ing form: Cutting Back Past tense: Cut Back Participle: Cut Back   Cut Back is a separable English phrasal verb. Cut Back means reducing or using something less. The context is generally around but not […]

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  • Pull Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is Pull Out. Add Pull Out to your vocabulary our lesson, video and exercises.

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  • Move Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is Move Out. Add Move Out to your vocabulary our lesson, video and exercises.

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  • Move In – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is Move In. Add Move In to your vocabulary with our lesson, video and exercises.

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  • Look Up To – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    EDIT  1 BY PAUL Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Look Up To Infinitive form: Look Up To Present Tense: Look Up To/ Looks Up To ing form: Looking Up To Past tense: Looked Up To Participle: Looked Up To   Look Up To is an inseparable English phrasal verb. It is also a […]

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  • Switch On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Switch On Infinitive form: Switch On Present Tense: Switch On/ Switches On ing form: Switching On Past tense: Switched On Past Participle: Switched On   Switch On is a separable English phrasal verb. It is used in the context written below:   When you change the controls of the […]

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  • Clog Up – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Clog Up Infinitive form: Clog Up Present Tense: Clog Up/Clogs Up ing form: Clogging Up Past tense: Clogged Up Past Participle: Clogged Up   Clog Up is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in two different ways:   When you put something in a drain […]

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  • Hold On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Hold On Infinitive form: Hold On Present Tense: Hold On/ Holds On ing form: Holding On Past tense: Held On Participle: Held On   Hold On is an inseparable English phrasal verb. The opposite of hang on is Let Go. It can be used in three different ways: […]

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  • Pay Back – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Pay Back Infinitive form: Pay Back Present Tense: Pay Back/ Pays Back ing form: Paying Back Past tense: Paid Back Past Participle: Paid Back   Pay Back is an inseparable English phrasal verb. It can be used in two different ways:   When you give back the money […]

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  • Take Up On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Take Up On Infinitive form: Take Up On Present Tense: Take Up On/ Takes Up On ing form: Taking Up On Past tense: Took Up On Past Participle: Taken Up On   Take Up On is a separable English phrasal verb. Its context is based in an invitation […]

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  • Run Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Run Out Infinitive form: Run Out Present Tense: Run Out/ Runs Out ing form: Running Out Past tense: Ran Out Participle: Run Out   Run Out is an inseparable English phrasal verb.  It can be used in three different ways:   When people exit a place very quickly. […]

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  • Put Back – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Put Back Infinitive form: Put Back Present Tense: Put Back/ Puts Back ing form: Putting Back Past tense: Put Back Past Participle: Put Back   Put Back is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in the following ways:   When you place an object back […]

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  • Throw Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Throw Out Infinitive form: Throw Out Present Tense: Throw Out/ Throws Out ing form: Throwing Out Past tense: Threw Out Past Participle: Thrown Out   Throw Out is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in two different ways:   When you get rid of something […]

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