Lunch and English Conversation

Saturday May 26th, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm Come have lunch with us and chat in English with native speakers in a relaxed atmosphere, absolutely free!!! If you want to learn or are studying English, this is a great opportunity. Join us and bring your friends! Location: Adi’s Language School, 270 Concord Street, Suite 203, […]

Greetings and Goodbyes in Brazilian Portuguese

More than 270 million people speak Portuguese, making it the sixth most spoken language in the world. 80% of Portuguese speakers are in Brazil, thus studying Brazilian Portuguese is important for economic, social and cultural reasons. Here are some Greetings and Goodbyes in Brazilian Portuguese, helping you make the first contact in this language: Olá  […]

10 Commonly Used American English Idioms

Idioms are fun! These are ten of the most commonly used American English idioms: 1) No Worries   Meaning: “Do not to worry about it.” OR “You’re welcome.” Usage: This idiom is common in both regular daily life and in the work place. It can be used after an apology or after someone says “thank you”. In […]

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Comparative adjectives typically compare two things. Superlative adjectives compare more than two things. Adjectives that contain only one syllable or end in y use er to form comparatives and est to form superlatives. For adjectives ending in y, change the y to i before adding er or est. For example: old – older – oldest young – younger – youngest […]

Definite and indefinite articles

The words a, an, some and the always come before a Noun and are called articles. Indefinite Articles—a, an, some an—used before singular count nouns beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) or vowel sound: an apple, an elephant, an issue, an orange a—used before singular count nouns beginning with consonants (other than […]