Monthly Archive:: July 2016

20 Writing Mistakes

20 Writing Mistakes  20 Writing mistakes even native speakers make. These mistakes are below. Follow the list;

Adjective Clauses – Detailed Expression

Adjective Clauses – Detailed Expression 1. An adjective clause is a dependent clause which takes the place of an adjective in another clause or phrase.

Prepositional Phrases – At

Prepositional Phrases – At In english, We use preposiiton-at very often. You can examine prepositional phrases below;

Differences and Using “Even though” and “Even if”

Differences and Using “Even though” and “Even if” Even though Even though is used to express a fact, something that is real or true.

Differences and Using All and Whole

Differences and Using All and Whole All and whole both mean the complete/full amount, number, duration, etc. of something, without missing any parts.

Functional Language – English Speaking

Functional Language – Expressing Frustration I can’t stand noun/gerund–> I can’t stand this weather. I can’t bear noun/gerund –>  I can’t bear working on Sundays. 

Differences Between Few, Little, A Few and A Little

Differences Between Few, Little, A Few and A Little Few = Not Many He has few good friends.(negative idea – not enough)

English Grammar Quiz – 1

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