|Titles and Forms of Address - English Language Notes 1|
How do we address people politely? What if we don't know a person's last name?
|U.S. System of Education - English Language Notes 2|
How many grades are there in U.S. schools? What does "sophomore year" refer to?
|Geography and Nationalities - English Language Notes 3|
How many continents are there? What nationality is Jennifer?
|Wedding Customs - English Language Notes 4 (Part 1 of 3)|
Which finger does an engagement ring go on? What does a best man do at a wedding?
|Wedding Customs - English Language Notes 4 (Part 2 of 3)|
What does a flower girl do at a wedding? What is the difference between a bridal shower and a bachelorette party?
|Wedding Customs - English Language Notes 4 (Part 3 of 3)|
Why do Americans throw rice at a wedding? Who makes the first toast at the reception?
|Meals and Mealtimes in the U.S. - English Language Notes 5 (Part 1 of 2)|
What does it mean to eat "on the go"? What should you bring if you're invited to dinner at an American home?
|Meals and Mealtimes in the U.S. - English Language Notes 5 (Part 2 of 2)|
Are a cookout and barbecue the same thing? How do you know which utensils to use?
|Hand Gestures - English Language Notes 6 (Part 1 of 2)|
What is the name of each finger in English? What's the sign for silence?
|Hand Gestures - English Language Notes 6 (Part 2 of 2)|
Is a salute always respectful? When do people use the quote-unquote gesture?
|Making Random Choices - English Language Notes 7|
What is "Eenie meenie miney mo"? What are the rules for the game Rock, Paper, Scissors?
|Filler Words, Interjections, and Onomatopoeia - English Language Notes 8 (Part 1 of 2)|
What is a filler word? Which interjections are rude?
|Filler Words, Interjections, and Onomatopoeia - English Language Notes 8 (Part 2 of 2)|
What is onomatopoeia? Do you know any animal sounds in English?
|Internet and Text Chat Slang - English Language Notes 9 (Part 1 of 2)|
Is it okay to write "wanna"? What's the difference between an abbreviation and an acronym?
|Internet and Text Chat Slang - English Language Notes 9 (Part 2 of 2)|
Why do people use XOXO at the end of a message? What do IMHO and LOL stand for?
|Getting Paid (Earning Money) - English Language Notes 10|
What's the difference between having a salary and earning wages? How does one move up the pay scale?
|Housing and Moving - English Language Notes 11|
What is a studio apartment? What is a turn-key home?
|Aging - English Language Notes 12 - Learn vocabulary. New idioms!|
What are the signs of aging? What does it mean if someone is no spring chicken?
|Words with Gender - English Language Notes 13 - Improve your vocabulary!|
Waiter, waitress, or server? Mailman or mail carrier? Which words are used more?
|Jingle Bells - English Language Notes 14 - Homophones, Homographs & Homonyms|
Get in the holiday spirit and take a look at the lyrics to "Jingle Bells"!
|Terms of Endearment - English Language Notes 15|
Is it okay to use "honey" with strangers? What's a "munchkin"?
|Idioms and Expressions about LUCK - English Language Notes 16 - Happy St. Patrick's Day!|
It's your lucky day today! Learn how to talk about good luck and bad luck.
|School Supplies - English Language Notes 17 - Back-to-School Shopping|
What do children take to U.S. schools on the first day of a new school year?
|Baby Talk - English Language Notes 18 - Choo choo, kitty, and more!|
Congratulations are in order! Guess who had a baby? Here's a timely lesson on baby talk.
|Art Vocabulary Lesson - English with JenniferESL & ThePortraitArt - Language Notes 19|
Watch an amazing artist at work and learn words related to art.
|Father's Day Vocabulary: Dad, Papa and other words in English - Language Notes 20|
A short note in honor of Father's Day.
|U.S. Political Parties - Talking Politics in American English - Language Notes 21|
What do you know about the two major political parties in the U.S.?
|U.S. Presidential Elections - Learn English Vocabulary - Language Notes 22|
When and how do the U.S. presidential elections take place?
|Thanksgiving Prep - English Vocabulary in Context - Language Notes 23|
What happens the day before Thanksgiving?
|U.S. Money: Do you have change for a dollar? - English Language Notes 24|
How do you ask for change? How do you politely decline?
|Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, or Merry Xmas? What to say to Americans?|
Why are different greetings used? Is it okay to say "Merry Christmas"?
|Learn Food Vocabulary in English: U.S. Culture with JenniferESL 🍽️|
Are you a foodie? What kinds of portions do American restaurants serve?