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Using Since, For, While, As, By the Time, Until, Till and As Soon As

Using Since, For, While, As, By the Time, Until, Till and As Soon As Since; means “from that time”. Example; I have been studying English since 2010. For; We commonly use the present perfect and present perfect continuous with since. Example; Sam has helped me for six hours. Follow the list other expressions and examples;

Linking Words: Reasons and Results

Linking Words: Reasons and Results Linking words help you connect the ideas in a sentence. In this lesson, you’ll learn some common linking words to express reasons and results.

Using and Differences Between ‘Like’ and ‘As’

Using and Differences Between ‘Like’ and ‘As’ Like LIKE, as a preposition, is used: -> before a noun or pronom -> to say that two things are similar, they behave 0r operate inthe same way.

Uses Of Because – Because of – Due to – Owing to – Since – As

Uses Of Because – Because of – Due to – Owing to – Since – As;