Gerund and Infinitive in English A gerund is a verb in its ing (present participle) form that functions as a noun that names an activity rather than a person or thing. Any action verb can be made into a gerund. Follow the list for detailed expressions, examples about gerund and infitive.
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; are nouns which cannot be counted or are difficult to count. Countable Nouns; are things we can count.;
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;
Academic Writing Tips in English Topics; 1. Supplies, 2. Using a Dictionary, 3. Presentation, 4. Error Correction, 5. Summarizing vs. Plagiarising Please follow the detailed list(Galleries) for expressions;
Wish Clauses- Detailed Expression 1. Wishes about the PRESENT, 2. Wishes about the past, 3. Wish with WOULD and etc… Follow the detailed expressions;
Learning About English Verbs Tenses (Very Detailed Expressions and Examples) Simple present, present progressive, simple past and etc… Use, signal words, form, examples affirmative, examples negative, examples interrogative and etc…