Monthly Archive:: December 2015

Uses of ‘Miss’ and ‘Lost’

Uses of ‘Miss’ and ‘Lost’ Missed uses with these examples; the bus, the train, the chance, the opportunity, the shot, the ball.

Ways to use ‘Would’

Ways to use ‘Would’ Conditionals; I would memorise these sentences if I were you!

Uses of ‘Much’, ‘Many’, ‘A lot of’ and ‘Lots of’

Uses of ‘Much’, ‘Many’, ‘A lot of’ and ‘Lots of’ Much and Many are mainly used in negative sentences and questions.

10 Common Mistakes in English Grammar Even Smart People Make

10 Common Mistakes in English Grammar Even Smart People Make 1. Regardless vs. Thaw Sufficient and don’t need and prefix muching them up.

Making and Accepting Apologizing in English

Making and Accepting Apologizing in English Examples; I must apologize to Isabel for my late arrival. I’d like to apologize for my trouble making. Trains may be subject to delay on the norhthen line. We apologize for any inconvenience caused. For making apologize and accepting apologize examples, following list;

Phrasal verbs – Phone

Phrasal vers – Phone Phrasal verbs list related phone; pick up, break up, cut off, call back, hang up. For uses of this phrasal verbs and examples, following the list.

Phrasal Verbs – Look

Phrasal Verbs – Look Verbs ‘look’ use very frequently with phrasal verbs. Please following list, expressions and examples; Look up to (someone); to respect or admire someone.

Confused Words – Condescension, Condensation, Compensation

Confused Words – Condescension, Condensation, Compensation These three words  ared confused by many people; Condescension = insulting way of talking to other people Condensation = water droplets on a cold surface Compensation = payment

When we use Present Perfect Simple Tense and Simple Past Tense

When we use Present Perfect Simple Tense and Simple Past Tense Detailed expressions; Present Perfect Simple Used with keywords; just, already, still, yet, ever, never, recently – Number of times you have done something How many times have you seen that film? I’ve seen it twice. Have you been to Paris before? I’ve only been

English Shopping Language – Shopping Words

English Shopping Language – Shopping Words Visual vocabulary study method; shopping v language go shopping; go to shops to buy things do the shopping; weekly/monthly shopping grocery shopping; shopping for food items bargain hunting; searching for bargains window shopping; just looking, not buying shop around; compare prices before buying shop online; shop on the internet Follow the list please for much more;