Monthly Archive:: February 2017

How to Write Good

How to Write Good Avoid alliteration. Always. Prepositions are not words to end senteces with. and etc… Follow the other expressions;

Ways to Say BUT

Ways to Say BUT However, despite, in spite of this / despite this, although, in fact, but the fact remains that. Follow the list examples;

Opposites in English

Opposites in English Proud-humble, hyper-calm, aloof-compassionate, tenacoius-yielding and etc… Follow the list;

Watch, See, Look – Using Verbs

Watch, See, Look – Using Verbs Watch; we watch moving & changing images, with long concentration. See; when images enter your eyes without a lot of effort from us. Loot at; You direct your eyes at something and etc…

Using NICE in English

Using NICE in English “Nice” seems to be the most frequently used adjective in spoken English. Example; My mother has been so nice. She has bought the T-shirt I wanted. Follow the list;

Using SIMILAR and ALIKE

Using SIMILAR and ALIKE Similar; means that two or more things or people are not identical, but are almost the same. Alike; means that two or more things are identical or almost identical (exactly the same);

Prepositions At the End

Prepositions At the End In everyday English, we often add a preposition at the end of a question. This gives a little bit of detail to the verb in the question.

Linking or Transition Words Chart

Linking or Transition Words Chart Emphasizing, reformulating, summing up, concluding, condition, consequence, temporal, opinion, concession and etc… Follow the list;

Phrasal Verbs With TRAVEL

Phrasal Verbs With TRAVEL A phrasal verb is made up of a verb plus a preposition or an adverb. Check out, get away, stop over, see off. Follow the list for expressions;

Other Ways to Say – Happy Birthday, Good Night, Good Morning, Good Luck

Other Ways to Say – Happy Birthday, Good Night, Good Morning, Good Luck Good luck; fingers crossed, best of luck. Good morning; morning, wakey-wakey, rise and shine and etc… Follow the list;