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Some Common Verbs (have, do, make, take, break, catch) and Uses

Some Common Verbs (have, do, make, take, break, catch) and Uses Have; have a bath, have a drink, have a good time, have a haircut, have a holiday etc… Do; do business, do nothing, do the cooking, do your best, do your hair etc… Make; make a difference, make a mess, make a mistake etc…

Prepositions of Place – Visual Learning Method

Prepositions of Place – Visual Learning Method at, behind, under, between, in, on, at home and etc. follow the picture;

Uses of ‘Ago’ and ‘Before’

Uses of ‘Ago’ and ‘Before’ Ago is used to count back from the present. It is used with a past tense and a time expression. Before is used when you date back from any point of time which is made specific. Follow the this expression;

Uses of Also, Too and So

Uses of Also, Too and So The word also goes before the main verb and after the verb to be. The word too goes at the end of the sentence. So can be used, followed by an auxiliary verb and the subject, to mean also. Follow the picture please;

Uses of sale, sales, on sale, for sale

Uses of sale, sales, on sale, for sale A ‘sale’ is the act of selling something. A ‘sale’ is also an occasion when things are sold, often an auction or a time when things are cheaper. Things these are ‘on sale’ and ‘for sale’ are available to the bought. Follow the list;

Differences Between ‘Miss’ and ‘Lose’ (with Examples)

Differences Between ‘Miss’ and ‘Lose’ (with Examples) Miss; failure to attend or to get something, When someone is away from you and you wish they were with you. Lose; When you can’t find something or something’s gone, When something is gone from your life. Follow the example sentences;

Differences Between “Which” and “That”

Differences Between “Which” and “That” Use ‘which’ with a comma for non-restrictive relative clauses. Non-restrictive relative clauses give additional, but not essential information. Use ‘that’ without comma for restrictive relative clauses. Restrictive relative clauses give necessary information.

Uses of Gonna, Gotta, Wanna, Lemme, Gimme, Outta, Kinda I’mma, Hafta, Dunno

Uses of Gonna, Gotta, Wanna, Lemme, Gimme, Outta, Kinda I’mma, Hafta, Dunno Gonno; going + to. Gotto; got +to. Wanna; want + to. Lemme; let + me. Gimme; give + me. Outta; out + of. and etc.. follow the list;

Uses of Wishes With Tenses

Uses of Wishes With Tenses Wishes about the present, Wishes about the future, Wishes about the past. We use wish with Past Tense forms(simple and continuous) to express regret about present situations. We use wish with would to say how we would like somebody to behave in the future. We use wish with the past

Uses of Either and Neither With Examples

Uses of Either and Neither With Examples Either A or B / Neither A nor B / Either (one) of (A&B) / Neither (one) of (A&B) . Follow the list;