On the phone v. Over the phone

Everybody has and uses a phone these days. Have you ever wondered whether you should say on the phone or over the phone? If so, you are certainly not the only one. I have been asked this question many times in my English conversation classes. Actually, the answer is...

Home & house: what’s the difference?

Home and house are probably among the first words you learned when you started studying English. They are important precisely because our homes and houses are important to all of us.    One question I sometimes hear during my English conversation classes is...

If or whether? What is the difference?

  If you have attended English classes, the chances are you learnt the word if quite early on. Later, you may have learnt the word whether. That is when you were probably told that the meaning is the same and that you can use whether instead of if, but not...

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