Monthly Archive:: August 2015

Uses of For, Since, Ago

Uses of For, Since, Ago For, since and ago are used to talk about time. Following list;

Some Idioms, Meanings and Examples

Some Idioms, Meanings and Examples Chow down, beating around the bush, break a leg, crack someone up, cup of joe, cut to the chase, excuse my french, flip the bird, go the extra mile, hit the sack;

Words Requiring Prepositions

Words Requiring Prepositions Usage requires words be followed by certain prepositions. Some frequently used combinations are given in the following list; (abstain from, accompanied by, account for, addicted to and etc…)

Differences Between “Say” and “Tell”

Differences Between “Say” and “Tell” Use ‘SAY’ to report someone’s words; “She said that she was hungry.” Use ‘TELL’ to inform or instruct: “Could you tell me how to get to the park, please?”;

Uses of “in spite of” and “despite”

Uses of “in spite of” and “despite” This two words (in spite of and despite) are same. Follow the examples for study;

Improve Your Conversation Skills (Video)

Improve Your Conversation Skills Improve conversion skills immediately with expressions. Now Watch the video;

8 Common Grammar Mistakes in English (Video)

8 Common Grammar Mistakes in English Improve your grammar by correcting the common mistakes in these English sentences.

Other Ways to Say On The Other Hand

Other Ways to Say On The Other Hand What does it mean On the other hand? That; a phrase introducing an alternate view. Example; John: I’m ready to go; on the other hand, I’m perfectly comfortable here. Sally: I’ll let you know when I’m ready, then. Mary: I like this one. On the other hand, this

Uses Of “THE” Article

Uses Of “THE” We use the with nouns which are unique, names of cinemas, hotel, theatre, rivers, seas, dances and etc.. We dont use the with proper nouns, names of countries, possessive adjectives and etc…

I Can Read it, Can You?

I Can Read it, Can You? If oyu can read this, you have a strange mind too. Just try it;