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Non-Count Nouns and Count Nouns

Non-Count Nouns and Count Nouns Non-Count Nouns; are nouns which cannot be counted or are difficult to count. Countable Nouns; are things we can count.;

Prefixes and Suffixes – Detailed Expression

Prefixes and Suffixes – Detailed Expression You can add prefixes and suffixes to create new words. This is called word derivation. You can understand new vocabulary by knowing the meaning of these affixes. Please follow the list for detailed expressions;

Punctuation Marks and Capitalisation in English

Punctuation Marks and Capitalisation in English Full stop, comma, semicolons, colons, quatation marks, parentheses, brackets, apostrophes, hyphens, ellipsis, dashes, and etc… Follow the list(galleries) for detailed expression about punctuation marks and capitalisation in English;

Active and Passive Voice in English

Active and Passive Voice in English Relating sentences passive, how do you passivize a sentence? Tense of passive sentences, From active to passive and etc… Please follow the detailed expressions(galleries)

Both, Either, Neither – English Grammar

Both, Either, Neither – English Grammar both = the two alternatives, either = one of the two alternatives, neither = none, Follow the list for detailed examples;

Adjectives – Word Order

Adjectives – Word Order The general order of adjectives before a noun is the following; ugly, small, sthin and etc… Follow the detailed list;

Questions with Do and Does

Questions with Do and Does We use DO and DOES to make a question in the simple present tense. Please follow the list for detailed expression and examples;

Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Countable and Uncountable Nouns Follow the list for detailed expressions about countable nouns and uncountable nouns;

“If … then” Conditional Sentences

“If … then” Conditional Sentences “If … then” sentences are used to talk about events that have not happened. Follow the list for detailed expression;

Phrasal Verbs With PUT

Phrasal Verbs With PUT put away, put aside, put sb away, put down, put on, put out, put sth behind sb,put at and etc… Follow the list for expressions and example sentences;