Monthly Archive:: July 2017

Parts of Body in English

Parts of Body in English Neck, chest, armpit, stomach, arm, wrist, hand, knuckle, finger, knee, shin and etc… FOllow the Visual expressions;

Vocabulary; Parts Of Speech

Vocabulary; Parts Of Speech Noun, pronoun, adjective, verb, adverb, preposition, conjunction, interjection and etc… Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Teen Slang List

Teen Slang List Bruh, it’s lit, goat, tbh, I’m weak, squad, gucci, curve, bae and etc… Follow the list for teen slangs and meanings;

Medical and Health Idioms

Medical and Health Idioms As fit as a fiddle, black and blue, clean bill of health, flare up, go under the knife, splitting headache. Follow the list for idioms, meanings and example sentences;

Comparatives and Superlatives

Comparatives and Superlatives Comparative list, long adjectives, shor adjectives, superlative list. Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Non-Count Nouns and Count Nouns

Non-Count Nouns and Count Nouns Non-Count Nouns; are nouns which cannot be counted or are difficult to count. Countable Nouns; are things we can count.;

Prefixes and Suffixes – Detailed Expression

Prefixes and Suffixes – Detailed Expression You can add prefixes and suffixes to create new words. This is called word derivation. You can understand new vocabulary by knowing the meaning of these affixes. Please follow the list for detailed expressions;

Punctuation Marks and Capitalisation in English

Punctuation Marks and Capitalisation in English Full stop, comma, semicolons, colons, quatation marks, parentheses, brackets, apostrophes, hyphens, ellipsis, dashes, and etc… Follow the list(galleries) for detailed expression about punctuation marks and capitalisation in English;

Common Chat Abbreviations

Common Chat Abbreviations Asap, BF, PBB, IMHO, RUP, BTW, BF, MYOB, Urs, LOL, CUL and etc… Follow the list for detailed expressions(galleries);

Modal Verbs in English

Modal Verbs in English Definition, Structure and How to Use. A modal verb is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate modality-that is likelihood, ability, permission, possibility… Please follow the list for detailed expressions(Slide Galleries);