Phrasal Verbs With ‘Out’ – Visual Learning Method hand out, work out, pass out, fill out, break out, eat out, pick out, make out, check out, find out, get out, stand out, give out, cut sth out, hang out, fall out, come out, be out, keep out.
How to Use ‘Take’ and Get’ Differences between take and get, uses of take and get; TAKE take an exam take an English course take some Japanese lessons take the bus/traln/plane/taxi
Uses of ‘Almost’, ‘Nearly’ and ‘Practically’ (Synonyms and Differences) These tree words have similar meanings and are used frequently with the following words;
When To Use Can (Uses of Can) We can use CAN this situations; Possibility, Impossibility, Ability, Permission, To give Permission, Request. Follow the list and example sentences;
Uses Of “THE” We use the with nouns which are unique, names of cinemas, hotel, theatre, rivers, seas, dances and etc.. We dont use the with proper nouns, names of countries, possessive adjectives and etc…