Learn the rules on proper use of comma in the English langugae
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The way we use WITH and AT changes the meaning of a sentence as well
Use sentence starters to improve communication in writing
Use Mr., Mrs., Miss., and Ms. in English and call people by their correct titles
Metaphors and similes are a significant part the English language
Learn figures of speech and instantly understand and speak English
How to use capital letters in the English language
What semicolon is and what it is used for
HOW TO USE CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
SOME AMBIGUITIES IN ENGLISH
SOME COMMON GRAMMAR ERRORS
A QUICK LOOK AT GRAMMAR RULES
The rules of antecedents and how they are used in English
USED TO VS TO BE USED TO
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METHODS HELPING YOU WITH YOUR ENGLISH
Oxymoron is a significant part of English learning
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SENTENCE AND A PHRASE?
English grammar and its short forms or contracted forms of structure
Homophone words and their significance in English
TENSES USED FOR FUTURE
How to put grammar in use?
How to use future tense WILL and GOING TO in English grammar
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRESENT AND PAST PERFECT
PRESENT CONTINUOUS VS PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS
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PREFIXES THAT GIVE YOU NEGATIVE MEANINGS
TYPES OF NOUNS
DIFFERENT TYPES OF ADVERBS
SOME USAGE OF CONJUNCTIONS
SENTENCE- PHRASE- CLAUSE
THE TENSES USED FOR FUTURE
HOW TO USE CONNECTING WORDS
A STORY IN PAST TENSE
ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY IN SENTENCES
TYPES OF ENGLISH SENTENCES
USAGE OF PRESENT CONTINIOUS
PAST PERFECT VS. PRESENT PERFECT
DEFINITE AND INDEFINITE ARTICLES
SECRETS TO LEARNING ENGLISH GRAMMAR
A STORY WITH PAST CONTINIOUS
SOME EXAMPLES OF SUFFIXES AND PREFIXES
WHAT IS SO HARD FOR ENGLISH STUDENTS?
HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH
HOW MUCH TIME YOU NEED TO STUDY ENGLISH?
DIFFERENT MEANINGS OF CAN AND COULD
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THESE THREE WORDS?
HOW TO MAKE ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SENTENCES
HOW TO MAKE COMPARISONS?
WHEN WE USE "WHEN"?
HOW TO USE "ISH" IN ENGLISH
WHAT ARE RELATIVE CLAUSE/PRONOUNS?
WHAT ARE WH QUSTIONS?
HOW TO COMPARE THINGS?
We can often tell if I’d mean I would or I had simply by looking at the context of the sentence