Monthly Archive:: March 2016

Phrasal Verbs With ‘Off’ (Turn off, Take off, Switch off, Show off)

Phrasal Verbs With ‘Off’ (Turn off, Take off, Switch off, Show off) Using phrasal verbs with off; Turn off Meaning; To stop the operation, the activity … Example; Please turn off your mobile phone.

Using and Differences Between ‘Like’ and ‘As’

Using and Differences Between ‘Like’ and ‘As’ Like LIKE, as a preposition, is used: -> before a noun or pronom -> to say that two things are similar, they behave 0r operate inthe same way.

How To Be More Polite In English

How To Be More Polite In English? Do you want to more polite when speking english? Please follow the list;

Using ‘Yesterday’, ‘Today’, ‘Tomorrow’ In English

Using ‘Yesterday’, ‘Today’, ‘Tomorrow’ In English Yesterday morning, this morning, tomorrow morning, yesterday afternoon, this afternoon, tomorrow afternoon, yesterday evening, this evening, tomorrow evening, last night, tonight, tomorrow night.

Modifying Comparatives & Superlatives

Modifying Comparatives & Superlatives much, far, a lot, rather, a little, a bit, slightly, even, any, yet, no + comparative adjective (Examples)

10 Writing Tips In English

10 Writing Tips In English 1.THE TITLE SAYS IT ALL! Your title should grab your reader’s allention…and relate to the topic. 2. RESEARCH YOUR TOPIC! You can’t write about what you don’t know so,

10 Idioms About Books

10 Idioms About Books Idioms about books; a closed book, an open book, read someone like a book, the oldest trick in the book, in someone’s good books, by the book, bring someone to book, take a leaf out of someone’s book, don’t judge a book by its cover

Connectors – Reasons, Contrast, Purpose, Sequence, Addition & Example, Result & Conclusion

Connectors – Reasons, Contrast, Purpose, Sequence, Addition & Example, Result & Conclusion Reasons;  We use connectors to give reasons.

How Describe Your English Ability?

English ability levels; Native Fluent Advanced Intermediate Pre Intermediate Beginner Native; English is my mother tongue. I’m a native speaker of English. Fluent; I’m fluent in English. I can speak english fluently. Advanced; I know a lot of English. I can speak English fairly well. Intermediate; My english  is Ok. I know quite a bit

50 Subordinating Conjunctions

50 Subordinating Conjunctions Conjunctions: In grammar, a conjunction (abbreviated conj or cnj) is a part of speech that connects words, sentences, phrases, or clauses.