The meaning of the English idiom - To sit on the fence

Sit on the fence – Idiom

To sit on the fence = to be uncommitted or undecided = to remain neutral on a certain topic = to not have a stance or open opinion about a topic = to be unable or unwilling to commit oneself to one side of an argument or dispute This English idiom is used when a person does not […]

May the odds be ever in your favor - Meaning explained

May the odds be ever in your favor

You may have heard the following expression: May the odds be ever in your favor. This is a catchphrase that comes from a series of books (and movies) called The Hunger Games. (catchphrase = a well-known sentence or phrase, typically one that is associated with a particular famous person.) To understand the meaning of this phrase, […]

The difference between Do, Does, Did and Done in English - Grammar Chart

Do, Does, Did, Done – The difference

A teacher on our Facebook page asked if we had any charts about the difference between Do, Does, Did and Done. Well, we didn’t so I decided to make a couple and then got carried away and created some grammar pages and games to accompany them too. Here they are: Making questions with DO and DOES […]

TSU Social Network - Woodward English

TSU – Social Network that shares revenue

TSU – The New Social Network that shares their revenue This is to let you know that Woodward English will be spending a more time sharing our English learning resources at TSU (pronounced “Sue”), a new social network. www.tsu.co/english Yes, this is yet another social network that has popped up, at a time when you […]