Differences Between So and Such

Differences Between So and Such So + adjective; The theatres were so dangerous. such + a/an + adjective + noun; It was such an uncomfortable experience. Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Asking and Giving Direction in English

Asking and Giving Direction in English Asking for direction; Could you tell me how to get to …? How to I find ….? and etc…. Giving direction; Turn back / Go back, Turn left/right(into … street/ at the end of …) and etc… Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Passive Voice Chart

Passive Voice Chart Using Passive voice with Present simple tense, present continuous tense, past simple tense, past continuous tense and other tenses;

Many Ways to Say Happy Birthday

Many Ways to Say Happy Birthday 1. Many happy returns, 2. Have a great one, 3. All the best on your special day! and etc… follow the list for other examples;

The Most Frequently Used Collocations in English

The Most Frequently Used Collocations in English Do, make, have, take, go, get. Do someone a favour, do your hair, make a cake, have a baby, take a photo and etc… Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Modal Verbs – Types and Uses

Modal Verbs – Types and Uses Ability, permisson, advice, obligation, possibility. Can, could, may, should, would, might, may and etc… Follow the list;

40 Rules for Writing Good

40 Rules for Writing Good 1. Each pronoun should agree with their antecedent. 2. Between you and I, case is important. and etc… Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Conjunctions – Detailed Expression

Conjunctions – Detailed Expression A conjunction is a joiner, a word that connects (conjoins) parts of a sentence. A word connecting words, clauses or sentences.  Coordinating conjunctions; and, but, or, yet, for, nor, so. Follow the list for detailed expression;

Rules of Abbreviations

Rules of Abbreviations Abbreviations are shortened forms of words or phrase. Follow the list for detailed rules and examples about abbreviations;

Demonstratives in English

Demonstratives in English We use this/these when the objects are near to the speaker. We use that/those when the objects arre far from the speaker and etc… Follow the detailed expression;