- The Top 10 List
Improving your English can be easy! At the Speak Good English Movement 2013 Campaign Launch on 15 May, we unveiled how you can help yourself to improve. Just in case you were not there at our exciting Launch, here’s a recap of our Top 10 tips. A little step each day leads to a BIG
- Do Some Prep Work!
Prepositions – words like on, off, into, from, and with, often play a supporting role. They get left out of acronyms (case in point: AWARE – Association of Action for Women and Research) and they are usually not capitalised in titles (The Lord of the Rings). Prepositions might not have the same star wattage as
- Women Who Wear the Pants
Whether it is your mother, wife, sister or friend, we all have a wonderful woman (or very possibly more than one!) in our lives. In this month when we celebrate International Women’s Day, let’s honour the women who have made history and learn English through fun trivia about them at the same time! 1. Plural
- Are They Together or Not?
Sometimes, they make a perfect union and at other times, it’s best that they are kept apart. “Don’t get us wrong! We’re not trying to be wet blankets (or sound like a tabloid) in the month filled with love, cupids and heart-shaped chocolates. We’re just discussing words like “everyday” and “every day” in February.” Find
- Reduce, refuse & reject Redundancies
It’s the start of a New Year!
In line with tradition, let’s start by sharing our New Year’s resolution: which is to help you to improve your English and have fun at the same time.
- The Ho Ho Wholesome Christmas Issue
Merry Christmas from the Speak Good English Movement team! Are you ready to take a peek at our wonderful Christmas present for you? There’s a little something for each and every one of you: spelling, commonly misused words, redundancy, etc. And these little gifts of knowledge are something you can keep with you for a
- Abolish Word Confusion!
Pop quiz! Take a look at these word pairs: loathe and loath, adverse and averse.
- Food For Thought, indeed!
The Speak Good English Movement will kick off its 2012 campaign at Food For Thought this September.
- Celebrate with Good English
August is the month where we celebrate our nation’s birthday and all things Singaporean. What’s unique about Singapore? Well, our love for eating, shopping and of course, our language.
- A Walk in the Gardens
The latest national icon, Gardens by the Bay officially opened on 29 June 2012. With approximately 54 football fields of land dedicated to lush greenery and gorgeous blooms, Singapore is really living up to its reputation as a garden city. Let us take you on a walk through some of its attractions.