Monthly Archive:: September 2015

Differences Between Present Simple and Present Continuous (Great Summary)

Differences Between Present Simple and Present Continuous (Great Summary) Uses of present simple tense and present continuous tense, differences. Very important, follow the list;

Use of ‘Nowadays’

Use of ‘Nowadays’ Nowadays is an adverb meaning ‘these days’ or ‘at present time’. Nowadays is not used as an adjective. Follow the list for examples;

The Baby’s Room Vocabulary

The Baby’s Room Vocabulary – English Vocabulary Study Potty, mobile, changing table, toy chest, doll, swing, playpen, rattle, walker, cradle, teddy bear and etc. Visual Vocabulary Study;

Professions and Jobs – English Vocabulary

Professions and Jobs – English Vocabulary (Visual Study Method) Accountant, architect, astronomer, author, baker, butcher, carpenter, dentist and etc…

English Contractions – Speak Faster

English Contractions – Speak Faster Do you want to speak english faster? Please take a glance at this list; I am – I’m, can not – can’t , are not – aren’t, he is – he’s and etc…;

Common English Mistakes

Common English Mistakes Common mistakes are mistakes that people make all the time. There are severel common mistakes in english. The most common among them are given below. So do I, neither did I; The structure ‘so + auxiliary + subject’ is used to add a positive remark to a positive statement. Neither do I;

8 Plural Noun Rules

8 Plural Noun Rules Add s to form the plural of most nouns Add es to nouns that end in ch,sh,x or z For nouns that end in y with a consonant before the y, change the y to i and add es For nouns that end in y with a vowel before the y,

Ten Very Important Things For Students That Learn English

Ten Very Important Things For Students That Learn English Ten things students need to know to really know a word; The meaning, the form, the pronunciation, the spelling, the grammar patterns it follows, the connotations of the word, the situations when the word is or isn’t used, how the word is related to other words,

Some Common Verbs (have, do, make, take, break, catch) and Uses

Some Common Verbs (have, do, make, take, break, catch) and Uses Have; have a bath, have a drink, have a good time, have a haircut, have a holiday etc… Do; do business, do nothing, do the cooking, do your best, do your hair etc… Make; make a difference, make a mess, make a mistake etc…

English Medical Advice Vocabulary

English Medical Advice Vocabulary Rest in bed, drink fluids, gargle, go on a diet, exercise, take vitamins, see a specialist, get acupuncture, heating pad, blood test, surgery, braces and etc.. Follow the list for visual expressions;