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Modal Verbs – Can, Could, Will, Would

Modal Verbs – Can, Could, Will, Would Compare can/could for actions, Compare could have / would have. and etc… Follow the list for detailed expression;

Using Little, A little, Few, A few

Using Little, A little, Few, A few Follow the list for using and differences between little, a little, few and a few. ;

Active and Passive Voice in English

Active and Passive Voice in English Relating sentences passive, how do you passivize a sentence? Tense of passive sentences, From active to passive and etc… Please follow the detailed expressions(galleries)

Present Perfect Tense vs Past Simple Tense

Present Perfect Tense vs Past Simple Tense Using, examples and differences between present perfect tense and past simple tense; Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Both, Either, Neither – English Grammar

Both, Either, Neither – English Grammar both = the two alternatives, either = one of the two alternatives, neither = none, Follow the list for detailed examples;

Watch, See, Look – Using Verbs

Watch, See, Look – Using Verbs Watch; we watch moving & changing images, with long concentration. See; when images enter your eyes without a lot of effort from us. Loot at; You direct your eyes at something and etc…

Have Got To + Verb

Have Got To + Verb We use “Have Got To” as way of showing obligation. Example; I have got to answer the phone. Follow the list;

Using Since, For, While, As, By the Time, Until, Till and As Soon As

Using Since, For, While, As, By the Time, Until, Till and As Soon As Since; means “from that time”. Example; I have been studying English since 2010. For; We commonly use the present perfect and present perfect continuous with since. Example; Sam has helped me for six hours. Follow the list other expressions and examples;

Must Be – A Deduction

Must Be – A Deduction We use the structure “Must be” when we think we know something, but we are not 100% sure – we are making a deduction / assumption about a situation. Follow the expressions;

Using Make and Do

Using Make and Do Make; produce sounds, mental activity, prepare something and etc… Do; necessary work or tasks, thing and etc…