The Lunar New Year isn’t just about wearing new clothes and collecting red packets! Try this quiz to find out just how much you know about the myths and customs behind one of the largest festivals in the world!
Sadness – an emotion that everyone and anyone can easily relate to. It is one of the most popular emotions to use in school compositions. However, many students simply use the word “sad” to describe their character/s. Teach your child these descriptions to use in their compositions and they will immediately add depth to their stories.
Writing — it’s an essential type of communication and a key aspect of education. In any case, in the current technology driven world, our children simply aren’t given enough chances to rehearse and enhance their capacity to write.
As our society focuses so much on academic results, it is likely that your child might define his self-worth based on his grades. It is very important for parents to be prepared for both the best and the worst outcome.
Prepare well for the English exams with these 7 simple tips!
It’s easy to score the full 10 marks so long as you follow the 3 Steps For Perfect Reading. But of course, practice makes perfect!
English tuition centers are rapidly gaining popularity in Singapore even though English is our first language. Unfortunately, many have underplayed its importance.
Use these 5 alternative constructions to start your sentences, and that will immediately make making your compositions a whole lot better!
Stop losing marks in the comprehension cloze section. Follow these 4 steps to improve your score!