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Gerunds in English

Gerunds in English A gerund is a noun made from a verb by adding “-ing”. You can use a gerund as the subject, the complement, or the object of a sentence. Follow the list;

Frequently Used Phrasal Verbs and One Word Synonyms

Frequently Used Phrasal Verbs and One Word Synonyms Ask over – invite, be back – return, be over – end, carry on – continue, come in – enter and etc… Follow the list;

Commonly Confused Words in English

Commonly Confused Words in English Say or tell, like or love, stay or remain, take place or take part, grow or grow up, borrow or lend, pick or pick up, steal or rob and other confused words and expression; follow the list for expressions;

Using ‘Just’ in English

Using Just in English We can use ‘just’ 4 different ways in english; Exactly, simply or only, a short time ago, barely. Follow the examples;

Most Common Mistakes in Present Perfect Tense

Most Common Mistakes in Present Perfect Tense Present perfect tense confuse many students. This list explain using present perfect tense. Look up the list;

Adverbs – Simple and Detailed Expression

Adverbs – Simple and Detailed Expression Use adjectives to describe nouns (things or people). Use adverbs to describe verbs (how a person does something):