The book has been designed to suit for the undergraduate and postgraduate learners of linguistics semantics and communication in general. The text is useful for reading, revising and references for shaping learners of English as their either first or second language. It opens an account of basics in linguistics English semantics as it covers five topics namely: chapter one meaning and its types. Chapter two is on lexical relations, this section opens an account on the types of lexical relations. The next chapter is on semantic changes. Chapter four talks on treating ambiguity of words, phrases or sentences, its deals with two main types of English ambiguities. The final part of this book deals with semantics of tense and aspect, the former includes: present, past and future tense and the latter includes: progressive and perfective aspects. The last of this book are very crucial following the fact that most of the non native speakers of English face challenges in manifesting ambiguities as well as tense and aspects, for that matter this section will be assistance for the readers in pertinent to both written and spoken communication in academics.