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Monthly Archive:: October 2015

How To Improve Your Pronunciation

How To Improve Your Pronunciation Pronouncing every word correctly leads to poor pronunciation! Good pronunciation comes from stressing the right words – this is because English is a time-stressed language. Here’s How: Learn the following rules concerning pronunciation. English is considered a stressed language while many other languages areconsidered syllabic. In other languages, such as French

Past Continuous – Detailed Expression and Examples

Past Continuous – Detailed Expression and Examples (I was doing) Follow the list for detailed expression and examples;

Differences Between “On time” and “In time”

Differences Between “On time” and “In time” on time; at the planned time, neither early nor late in time; with time to spare, before something happens

Uses of ‘How about’ (verb-ing)

Uses of ‘How about’ (verb-ing) You’re asking someone their opinion on something or if they would like to do something.

Uses of ‘Also’, ‘As well’ and ‘Too’ (With Differences)

Uses of ‘Also’, ‘As well’ and ‘Too’ (With Differences) Also is more formal than as well and too, and it usually comes before the main verb or after be: – I went to New York last year, and I also spent some time in Washington. In British English it is not usually used at the end

Verbs Followed By Infinitives

Verbs Followed By Infinitives These verbs followed by infinitives; agree, appear, arrange, care, claim, decide, demand, deserve, fail, get (be allowed to), happen, hesitate, hope, intend, learn, manage, offer, plan, pretend, refuse, seem, swear, tend, vow, wait, yearn.

Shopping Dialogue – Speak English

Shopping Dialogue – Speak English How we talk in shopping? These are expressions used when you go shopping;

Funny – Kid and Police

Funny – Kid and Police  English Learn Site; Study english with us. Have a nice day all visitors :))

Uses of ‘Almost’, ‘Nearly’ and ‘Practically’ (Synonyms and Differences)

Uses of ‘Almost’, ‘Nearly’ and ‘Practically’ (Synonyms and Differences) These tree words have similar meanings and are used frequently with the following words; 

Some Internal Organs of The Human Body – English Vocabulary

Some Internal Organs of The Human Body – English Vocabulary Thyroid gland, trachea, lungs, heart, liver, spleen, stomach, gallbladder, large intestine(colon), small intestine, appendix, bladder, rectum. Follow the picture;