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Uses of ‘Miss’ and ‘Lost’

Uses of ‘Miss’ and ‘Lost’ Missed uses with these examples; the bus, the train, the chance, the opportunity, the shot, the ball.

Uses of ‘Much’, ‘Many’, ‘A lot of’ and ‘Lots of’

Uses of ‘Much’, ‘Many’, ‘A lot of’ and ‘Lots of’ Much and Many are mainly used in negative sentences and questions.

When we use Present Perfect Simple Tense and Simple Past Tense

When we use Present Perfect Simple Tense and Simple Past Tense Detailed expressions; Present Perfect Simple Used with keywords; just, already, still, yet, ever, never, recently – Number of times you have done something How many times have you seen that film? I’ve seen it twice. Have you been to Paris before? I’ve only been

Confusing Words ‘Off’ and ‘Out’ (Differences and Uses)

Confusing Words ‘Off’ and ‘Out’ (Differences and Uses)  Off and Out are very confused words. Please follow the writing;   Off  To remove something from the surface. Get off me. Get off the bus. Out To move something or someone from inside to the outsite. We have to go out to the store. They want

Differences Between ‘Learning’ and ‘Studying’

Differences Between ‘Learning’ and ‘Studying’ (Uses) To learn – to gain knowledge or skill by studyingi practicing etc. To study – to read in order to learn about a subject.

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