• English adverbs

    Go Home

    Why we say To go home TO is a preposition. We use TO when we talk about movement. I am…

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  • English vocabulary Can May

    Can or May?

    Can or May? When to use CAN instead of MAY Can is a modal auxiliary. It is used to express…

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  • Confusing words English Make or Do

    Make or Do?

    Do we say MAKE or DO? When to use MAKE When we create, build, and produce something They make computers.…

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  • English Object and subject Pronouns

    I or ME?

    Subject pronouns A subject pronoun replaces a noun or noun phrase. Mariama calls me every day. She calls me every…

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  • Definite articles The English


    The definite article THE THE is a determiner. We place THE before a noun or adjective.  before an adjective The…

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  • Confusing Words So Such

    So & Such

    SO and SUCH I am SO happy! There are SO many clouds in the sky! There are SO few cars…

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  • English Negative No Not

    No & Not

    NO and NOT When to use NOT To negate – It is used with a verb I do not want…

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  • English words quantifiers

    Much & Many

    MUCH and MANY When we use much and many as quantifiers, we use them to describe quantity. We use MUCH…

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  • Conjunctions English Grammar

    Either / Neither – Or / Nor

    Either – Or and Neither – Nor are correlative conjunctions and used in pairs. You can join either the music…

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  • Conjunctions English Grammar


    Conjunctions are used to: connect clauses or sentences Coordinating conjunctions include and, but, or, nor, for, yet, so. Joining nouns:…

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