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Uses of ‘Almost’, ‘Nearly’ and ‘Practically’ (Synonyms and Differences)

Uses of ‘Almost’, ‘Nearly’ and ‘Practically’ (Synonyms and Differences) These tree words have similar meanings and are used frequently with the following words; 

Verbs Related to The Eyes

Verbs Related to The Eyes – see –> I can see the sun. – watch –> The teacher likes to watch the children play. – wink –> When someone wink they close one eye.

Uses of ‘Would Rather’, ‘Prefer’ and ‘Had better’

Uses of ‘Would Rather’, ‘Prefer’ and ‘Had better’ Would rather; is use to say that one person would prefer another or others to something. Prefer; In contrast to ‘would rather’ prefers refer to general preference, not current ones. Prefer is followed by a verb in the -ing form and ‘to’. Had better; is used to

Detailed Preposition List and Expression

Detailed Preposition List and Expression A preposition is a word or phrase that describes a relationship between its object and another word or group of words in a sentences. A preposition gives information such as direction, time, and place. Examples; about, across, after, against, along, among, apart from, around and etc…

Uses of Whenever

Uses of Whenever English Learn Site – How we use whenever? Follow the list for example sentences about whenever;

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;

Comparative Adjectives

Comparative Adjectives Adjectives with one syllable: add ‘-er’ or ‘-r’ Adjectives with two or more syllables: add ‘more’ Adjectives with two syllables -that end in ‘y’: change ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘er’. Note: Be careful to spell “than” correctly. Don’t misspell “than” (correct) and write “then” (incorrect) Look at the examples;

Differences Between Present Simple and Present Continuous (Great Summary)

Differences Between Present Simple and Present Continuous (Great Summary) Uses of present simple tense and present continuous tense, differences. Very important, follow the list;

Use of ‘Nowadays’

Use of ‘Nowadays’ Nowadays is an adverb meaning ‘these days’ or ‘at present time’. Nowadays is not used as an adjective. Follow the list for examples;

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;