Uses of “Be”, “Have”, “Got”, “Can” English Learn Site – be, have, got, can, pronouns. Follow the list;
Uses of Who and Whom with Examples Whom is the objective form of who, which was orginally only a subjective pronoun. Follow the list for compare;
Every vs Each (Using and Differences with Examples) Use every when referring to a group of people or things. Use each when referring to individual members of a group, one at a time.
Wish Clauses – Detailed Expression wish + past tense wish + past perfect wish + would + action
Uses of Will / Won’t and Would / Wouldn’t (for insistence and refusals) will can be used to talk about insistence, won’t can be used to talk about refusal when it relates to PRESENT situations, would can be used to talk about insistence, wouldn’t can be used to talk about refusal when it relates ro PAST
The use of certain tenses The simple present tense in used for habitual actions, while the present continuous is used for actions taking place at the present moment….
Verb Patterns – Gerund and Infinitive Verb + Gerund; admit, avoid, carry on, consider, delay, deny, enjoy, finish, give up and etc… Verb + Infinitive; afford, agree, attempt, dare, decide, deserve, expect and etc…
8 Common Grammar Mistakes in English Improve your grammar by correcting the common mistakes in these English sentences.
“They” and “them” are the plurals of “he” and “him”. They work the same way and you can still count on them to help you out. “Who” links to “they” and “whom” links to “them”.