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Gerund and Infinitive in English

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.

Conjunctions in English – Detailed Expression

Conjunctions in English – Detailed Expression As, while, in order to, although, though, when, unless and etc…Follow the list for conjunction list, definitions and example sentences;

Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Collocations; An expression consisting of two or more words that correspond to some conventional way of saying things. Idioms; A set expression of two or more words that means something other than the literal meanings of its individual words. Phrasal verbs; The combination of a verb + a particle (preposition

Phrases and Clauses – Detailed Expression

Phrases and Clauses – Detailed Expression A phrases is a group of words, without a subject and verb, that functions in a sentence as one partof speech. A clause is a group of words with its own subject and verb. Please follow the list(galleries) for detailed expressions;

Collocations With CATCH

Collocations With CATCH catch a bus, catch a train, catch a thief, catch fire and etc… Follow the list for other collocations with CATCH;

Subject and Object Pronouns

Subject and Object Pronouns I-me, we-us, you-you, they-them, he-him, she-her, it-it and etc…. FOllow the list for examples and expressions;

Using PLAY, DO and GO

Using PLAY, DO and GO Play; is used with ball sports or competitive games we play against another person. Do; is used for a recreational activity… Go; is used with activities that end in “ing”… Follow the list for examples and expressions;

Learning About English Verbs Tenses (Very Detailed Expressions and Examples)

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…

Modal Verbs – MAY

Modal Verbs – MAY Request, permission, prohibition, possibility, wish. Follow the list for other expressions;

Using Verb LOOK

Using Verb LOOK Look into, look for, look up, look after, look over, look up to, look out, look away, look forward to and etc… Follow the list for expressions;