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How to Ask Questions in English (With Example Sentences)

How to Ask Questions in English Uses of who, where, what, when, why, which, how, how many, how much, how long, how far, how often. Follow the list (example sentences)

Uses of Must and Differences Between Must and Have to

Uses of Must and Differences Between Must and Have to Uses of Must; obligation, deduction, emphasize necessity, strong recommendation, musn’t=prohibition. For example sentences follow the list;

Uses of For, Since and Ago

Uses of For, Since and Ago For, since and ago are used to talk about time. For is used to indicate a period of time. It is often used with the Present Perfect.

When To Use Can

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 “Each”, “Every”, “Either”, “Neither”

Uses of “Each”, “Every”, “Either”, “Neither” These distributive words are normally used with singular nouns, and are placed before the noun. Each, either and neither  can be used with plural nouns but must be followed by ‘of’. Each is a way of seeing the members of a group as individuals;

Uses of “Had Better Do Something” and “Had Better Not Do Something”

Uses of “Had Better Do Something” and “Had Better Not Do Something” The meaning of had better (‘d better) is quite similar to ‘should’.

Uses of Used to and Be Used to

Uses of Used to and Be Used to Used to: an action or habit that was common in the past but not anymore. Be used to: being accustomed to something. It is not unusual anymore.

Uses of “There is” and “There are”

Uses of “There is” and “There are” We use there is and there are to say that something exists. There is is singular, there are is plural. 

Uses of “Be”, “Have”, “Got”, “Can”

Uses of “Be”, “Have”, “Got”, “Can” English Learn Site – be, have, got, can, pronouns. Follow the list;

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.