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Using Little, A little, Few, A few

Using Little, A little, Few, A few Follow the list for using and differences between little, a little, few and a few. ;

Using ‘Arrive in’ and ‘Arrive at’

Using ‘Arrive in’ and ‘Arrive at’ Arrive in; a city, country, big areas. Arrive at; buildings, fixed locations. Wrong; I arrived to Ireland last week. Right; I arrived in Ireland last week. Follow the list for other examples;

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);

Nouns Frequently Used With FAST, QUICK and RAPID

Nouns Frequently Used With FAST, QUICK and RAPID Fast; car, horse, runner, swimmer and etc… Quick; glance, recovery, hands and etc… Rapid; change, rise, pulse and etc… Follow the list for other examples;

Some vs Any – Using and Differences

Some vs Any – Using and Differences Using and differences between SOME and ANY; Follow the graphic for visual expression;

Using Either and Neither in English

Using Either and Neither in English – Detailed Expression Either; choice of two options. Example; You can have either salmon or breef. Neither; excludes both options. Examples; They will have neither salmon nor breef. Follow the list for much more expressions;

Differences Between Adjectives and Adverbs

Differences Between Adjectives and Adverbs Adjectives; describe things and people. Examples; This jacuzzi is really UNCOMFORTABLE. Dracula was an AFFECTIONATE man. Adverbs; describe everything else; verbs, adjectives, adverbs. Example; Dracula laughed DRAMATICALLY behind the curtain. Follow the list for much mor examples;

Money Vocabulary – Pay, Wage, Salary, Earnings, Income

Money Vocabulary – Pay, Wage, Salary, Earnings, Income, Remuneration What’s the different these 6¬†words in business english? Pay; is the money that you earn by working. Wage; is the money that someone is paid every week by their employer. Salary; is the money that someone is paid every month by their employer. Income; is the

Uses of Travel and Trip

Uses of Travel and Trip Travel and trip are very confused words. They are different as uses. Travel (verb): to go from one place to another, especially over a long distance. (meaning, verb) Example: I like to travel by plane. Travel (noun): The act/concept of travelling.But don’t say; a travel. Trip (noun): Act of going

Uses of “There is” and “There are”

Uses of “There is” and “There are” We use there is and there are to say that something exists. There is is singular, there are is plural.¬†