Monthly Archive:: September 2015
Detailed Synonym Word List Happy, sad, nice, good, bad, pretty, scared, angry, difficult, shocked, interesting, useful, big, small.
Uses of Who and Whom with Examples Whom is the objective form of who, which was orginally only a subjective pronoun. Follow the list for compare;
Every vs Each (Using and Differences with Examples) Use every when referring to a group of people or things. Use each when referring to individual members of a group, one at a time.
Prepositions – Visual Method Uses of up, down, across, over, under, along, into, out of, through, past, round/around, from … to with pictures
75 Very Important Prepositions and Using suffer from, recover from, distinct from, focus on, abstain from, get rid of, search for and etc…
First Aid – Vocabulary oinment, adhesive, bandage, antiseptic wipe, scissors, splint and etc…
Expressions to Say “Hello” Hi Hello How’s it going? How do you do? How’s tricks? Watcha! How are things? Haven’t seen you for ages Great to see you again Nice to meet you
Expressions for Reminding People May I remind you / all passengers that … Sorry to be a bore but do remember to … I hope you haven’t forgotten to … You haven’t forgotten about … , have you? I’d like to remind you about … Can / Could I reming you to …? You won’t
Closing Statements for Writing Close with advice for your reader, Close with a quote, close by rewording the beginning, close with humor, close with a feeling, close with a question, close with a fact;
Expressions to Ask About Health / Life How are you? How are things? How’s things? How’s it going? How are you getting on? How have you been? What have you been (getting) up to? I hope everything’s okay? Alright? How have you been keeping?