vocabulary

English PowerPoint Documents – Grammar, Speaking, Writing…

English PowerPoint Documents – Grammar, Speaking, Writing… Grammar, writing, speaking,vocabulary powerpoint documents and materials. Follow the slides;

Adjectives – Word Order

Adjectives – Word Order The general order of adjectives before a noun is the following; ugly, small, sthin and etc… Follow the detailed list;

Detailed Linking Words In English

Detailed Linking Words In English To show order, to add information, to indicate a purpose or reason, to give examples, to compare, to contrast, to emphasize, to conclude. Follow the list for conjunction list;

Collocations With CATCH

Collocations With CATCH catch a bus, catch a train, catch a thief, catch fire and etc… Follow the list for other collocations with CATCH;

Alternatives For Overused Words

Alternatives For Overused Words A lot, amazing/awesome, also, bad, big, change, definitely, easy and etc… Follow the detailed list;

Difference Between ALL, EVERY, EACH

Difference Between ALL, EVERY, EACH All -> total, Every -> collectively, Each -> one by one. Follow the detailed expressions and example sentences;

Cardinal, Ordinal, Roman Numbers & Symbols and Punctuation Marks

Cardinal, Ordinal, Roman Numbers & Symbols and Punctuation Marks Follow the list for detailed expression and examples; Cardinal numbers, ordinal numbers, roman numbers, symbols, punctuation marks;

How Do You Feel?

How Do You Feel? How are you? how are you today? how do you feel? English speaking conversations, questions and answers. Follow the list for detailed example list;

Linking Words and Phrases

Linking Words and Phrases Personal opinion, to add more points on the same topic, to make contrasting points, to express reality, to give examples and etc… Follow the detailed linking word list;

Neither and Either – English Grammar

Neither and Either – English Grammar Neither and either are used to agree with negative statements. Follw the list for detailed expressions and example sentences;