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Expressing Tiredness in English

Expressing Tiredness in English I’m sleepy, I’m tired, I’m exhausted, I’m wrecked and other expressions. Follow the list;

Phrasal Verbs, Meanings and Example Sentences – A & B

Phrasal Verbs, Meanings and Example Sentences – A & B Phrasal Verbs: A act up (no object): misbehave (for people); not work properly (for machines). “The babysitter had a difficult time. The children acted up all evening.” “I guess I’d better take my car to the garage. It’s been acting up lately.”

Direct Speech and Reported Speech

Direct Speech and Reported Speech Uses of Direct speech with Tenses; Present simple, present continuous, present perfect, past simple, will, can, may, must, have to. Uses of Reported Speech with Tenses; Past simple, past continuous, past perfect, would, could, might, had to. Follow the list for example sentences;

Common English Mistakes

Common English Mistakes Common mistakes are mistakes that people make all the time. There are severel common mistakes in english. The most common among them are given below. So do I, neither did I; The structure ‘so + auxiliary + subject’ is used to add a positive remark to a positive statement. Neither do I;

Ten Ways to Say I Love You

Ten Ways to Say I Love You I’m crazy about you. You complete me. I’m head over heels for you….

English Modals, Examples and Uses (Very Important)

English Modals, Examples and Uses (Very Important) Uses of can, be able to, can’t, could, may, might, must, have to, need to, needn’t, musn’t, don’t have to, should, ought to and example sentences.

Collocations – Do

Collocations – Do Do your best, do damege, do an experiment, do exercises, do someone a good turn, do someone a favour, do harm, do your hair, do your homework

Tense – Active – Passive (examples)

Tense – Active – Passive Present simple/continuous/perfect, Past simple/continuous/perfect, Future simple/be going to, modal and modal perfect;