A great teaching article and video about the difference between - to have your hair cut or to cut your hair. From the English as a second language blog @kimgriffithsenglish

Have you cut your hair or have you had your hair cut?

Today’s article is about
the difference between:  Have you cut your hair? and Have you had your hair cut? talking about services you have done for you. a quiz on the used structure the answers to last week’s crossword
The more difficult vocabulary is identified with an asterisk * and a definition is in brackets ( ).

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Why are these 8 words tricky? 8 hard words to use correctly in English. From the web page to improve and practice your English ESL. KimGriffithsEnglish.com. IMG_5698

Why are these 8 words tricky?

Here is my first article about tricky words.
Steal, Rob, Lend, Borrow, Forward, Foreword, Worthless, Priceless. Tricky = Difficult.