Love it or hate it, TOEIC is one of the features of learning English in Japan, and for many people it is necessary for career advancement. Everyone is looking for ways to improve their score, usually with the least amount of effort, so we’ve put together nine tips for improving your score on TOEIC… but some of them do require some effort. We’ll start with the ones that require the least effort.
Knowing when to use a, an and the, is one of the hardest things for Japanese learners, partly because there isn’t an equivalent in Japanese. It came up again in a lesson and so we thought we give you a quick explanation.
今週の #WOTW は 'always’ です。'Always’ is an adverb and part of a very common phrase. We’re sure most of you already know how to use it, but read the sentences below and pay attention to the order in which ‘always’ appears in them. What do you notice?