Monthly Archive:: September 2015

Ten Ways to Say I Love You

Ten Ways to Say I Love You I’m crazy about you. You complete me. I’m head over heels for you….

How to Dress for a Job Interview

How to Dress for a Job Interview Formal Business Interview Attire / Casual Job Interview Attire Hair recently cut, white or blue solid shirt, dark single breasted suit, jacket sleeve should not  extend past knuckles, solid or conservatively patterned tie. 2 or 3 buttons and etc. Follow the list;

Rules for Prefixes and Suffixes

Rules for Prefixes and Suffixes Adding a prefix, Adding a suffix to words ending in a silent ‘e’, adding a suffix to words ending in ‘y’, adding a suffix to words ending with a consonant;

Uses of Either and Neither With Examples

Uses of Either and Neither With Examples Either A or B / Neither A nor B / Either (one) of (A&B) / Neither (one) of (A&B) . Follow the list;

How to Ask Questions in English (With Example Sentences)

How to Ask Questions in English Uses of who, where, what, when, why, which, how, how many, how much, how long, how far, how often. Follow the list (example sentences)

Uses of Must and Differences Between Must and Have to

Uses of Must and Differences Between Must and Have to Uses of Must; obligation, deduction, emphasize necessity, strong recommendation, musn’t=prohibition. For example sentences follow the list;

Idioms About Number

Idioms About Number back to square one, all in one piece, have one to many, on cloud nine, one for the road and etc…

Bedroom Vocabulary – Visual Learning Method

Bedroom Vocabulary – Visual Learning Method The bedroom; chest (of drawers), bed, pillowcase, headboard, lamp, alarm clock, blinds, curtains and etc…

Uses of For, Since and Ago

Uses of For, Since and Ago For, since and ago are used to talk about time. For is used to indicate a period of time. It is often used with the Present Perfect.

Words For Time and Place

Words For Time and Place Direct; today, tonight, tomorrow, next(week, month, etc.), ago, yesterday… Reported; that day, that night, the next day, the following day … Follow the list;