Monthly Archive:: September 2015
Nouns that can be Countable and Uncountable Sometimes, the same noun can be countable and uncountable, often with a change of meaning. Examples; hair, light, noise, paper, room, time, work. Follow the example sentences;
Differences Between “Which” and “That” Use ‘which’ with a comma for non-restrictive relative clauses. Non-restrictive relative clauses give additional, but not essential information. Use ‘that’ without comma for restrictive relative clauses. Restrictive relative clauses give necessary information.
Common Grammar Mistakes – English Study The verb be, Prepositions, auxiliary verbs, 3rd person’s, past tense, word order, comparatives, adverbs; follow the examples;
Other Ways to Say “I think” In my opinion, I believe, I consider, It seems to me that, As I see it, to me and etc…
Silent Letters – H, B, K Silent H; what, when, why, which and etc… Silent B; lamb, thumb, numb, crumb and etc… Silent K; knife, knee, knot, knitting, know and etc… follow the list;
Uses of Gonna, Gotta, Wanna, Lemme, Gimme, Outta, Kinda I’mma, Hafta, Dunno Gonno; going + to. Gotto; got +to. Wanna; want + to. Lemme; let + me. Gimme; give + me. Outta; out + of. and etc.. follow the list;
Uses of Wishes With Tenses Wishes about the present, Wishes about the future, Wishes about the past. We use wish with Past Tense forms(simple and continuous) to express regret about present situations. We use wish with would to say how we would like somebody to behave in the future. We use wish with the past
English Color – Detailed and Visual Method plum, fuschia, red, magenta, hot pink, petal, pink, sage, forest, green, kelly, marine, blue and etc…
English is Difficult – Funny English English is difficult language … for some! This is a true story from the Japanese Embassy in US!!!
Differences Between Boss and Leader What is differences between Boss and Leader? Follow the list