If there are any posts you didn’t get a chance to read, my advice is to grab your favorite mug, fill it with a tasty treat, and curl up in your favorite cozy place to catch up on the best of the MyEnglishTeacher.eu blog in 2012.
I’m excited to hear your thoughts on your favorite posts, why you think they did so well, and what you’d like to see more of in 2013!
1. 6 ways to improve your English writing skills 6 533 readers
The ultimate-guide to improve your English writing skills. Full of amazing pieces of advice and super useful websites to reach your goal.
As an English language learner you should understand 2 things. It’s simple to learn new words. You just should go out there, visit those English learning websites and become a part of their community. The words and knowledge will come.
3. English Grammar in Pop Songs – Part 1 1 037 readers
This is what you really liked. Watching video clips of pop songs together with their lyrics. What are you waiting for? Test your knowledge of English grammar and English listening skills.
4. Commonly Confused Adjectives with Explanations (Infographic) 942 readers
It is a great infographic by Grammar.net that let’s you easily understand some commonly confused adjectives. I suggest you to go through it if you haven’t done so before.
5. 15 most useful phrasal verbs [Infographic] 879 readers
Again a super useful infographic for every English learner. Covers some phrasal verbs like “carry on”, “look after”, “give in”, “give up”, “blow out” and others.
6. Order of Adjectives 764 readers
It’s simple Grammar. You liked the explanations and shared this post more than 800 times. Must be useful!
7. The Best Ways to Learn English (Infographic) 597 readers
This is my infographic. Since I’m an English learner too. I just visualized my English learning experience. The best ways that helped me a lot to improve my English. And it will help you too.
Again my infographic. I think the best way to learn the new words is see them in front of yourself. This time it helped you too learn words like “kettle”, “breadbox”, “pitcher” and 19 more.
9. 15 Grammar Goofs that make you look silly [Infographic] 520 readers
A fantastic resource by Copyblogger about grammar.
10. 5 Ways + 7 Amazing Websites to Improve Listening Skills 444 readers
The ultimate-guide to improve your English listening skills. Full of amazing pieces of advice and super useful websites. Go improve your listening skills too.
And there you have it! Hopefully this post was as fun for you to read as it was for me to put together. I’m so thankful to be part of such a wonderful community.
What was your favorite post of 2012? Is there anything you’d like to see more of in 2013? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!