This blog is my attempt at a resource to help people learn or improve their English. I am English and I am an English teacher. I teach English to people who speak other languages. For them, English is a foreign language. I have taught English to people of different ages and people at different stages of learning. ย My qualifications include the Cambridge University Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (commonly called CELTA).



  1. i think your blog is very good for everyboday who interest English language and i like your blog.it can really help me to improve my English more. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Hi Bird
    I’m glad you like my blog and I’m very happy that you find it useful. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. hello.
    of course your blog is very useful,So I can reconsider my grammar when I forget them.Example its and it’s ,though I don’t know how to explain but I understand such as it’s a dog.
    it is a dog.
    and its is possessive like my,your,his,her,their. such as nowaday nowbody judges somebody by colour of their skin. hmmm… i don’t know what to say anything else but I get it now. thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Hello,
    There’s no doubt that your blog is the most useful for me, and for everyone, who is learning English. I really feel at home with you here as your personal and intimate approach to each of us really makes me feel a part of your family! How do I have to thank you? I’m sorry I don’t know what I should address you ‘sir’ or ‘madam.’ Thank you a million, dear ‘Helpforyourenglish.’

  5. Hi Bambang. Thank you. It also feels nice for me that we can communicate like this and feel relaxed and comfortable.

  6. An excellent initiative. I am going to recommend this blog to many persons interested in improving their english and follow it myself too.

  7. Thank you Vikram. I really do hope people find it useful and I’m glad you like it.

    It is possible to request help on topics of interest. I can’t guarantee I will be able to respond to each request but if I can help in some way, I will certainly try.

    I also found your blog/website interesting. I love the story of the teacher and the donkey. I think the teacher is really a businessman in disguise. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. I always read your blog , because it very good for me ,thanks a lots

  9. Hello Rahmadi
    Thanks a lot for your comment. I am very happy that you like my blog. ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. I want to ask with you, when we use word ( deed and charity ) in a sentence ,please give me explanation about it ,thanks before

  11. Deed has more than one meaning so it depends on which meaning you want to use.

    1. A ‘deed’ is similar to an action, an act – something people do. We often use it with ‘good’ actions. We call that a good deed. For example: “I helped an old lady today. That was my good deed for the day.” We could call an act of charity a good deed.

    2. A ‘deed’ can also be a kind of legal document, perhaps to create a legal contract or to create a ‘trust’. A ‘trust’ might be a charity (a charitable trust), so someone might want a ‘Charity Trust Deed’.

  12. thanks for your explanation

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