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Dependent Prepositions Part 2: Adjectives

Dependent Prepositions Part 2: Adjectives

By Suzanne Pilch / 7 January 2021

Fond of or on? Keen on or keen of? Here are the answers!

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Direct and Indirect Objects

Direct and Indirect Objects

By Ed Tyrrell / 16 December 2020

How to use Direct and Indirect Objects in a sentence

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Gradable & Non-Gradable Adjective
Ed Tyrrell Ed Tyrrell
2 December 2020

Gradable & Non-Gradable Adjective

Why is it OK to say VERY cold, but not VERY freezing?

Do we really pronounce them the same way?

Do we really pronounce them the same way?

By Suzanne Pilch / 25 September 2020

Homophones

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How to use THE most frequent English Word? Usage and Exceptions of THE

By Suzanne Pilch / 14 September 2020

Why is THE an interesting word to focus on?It divides the world we speak about into 'things we know and we suppose the others know as well' and 'new information'. If you understand the usage of 'THE', you will most likely find it easier to understand English native speakers as a whole. So, let's get down to it!

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Slang: it’s deadly!

By Ed Tyrrell / 18 March 2018

If you are a student of English who has visited an English speaking country, you have most likely gone home thinking that the books you have been using are missing a lot of information.

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The Present Simple & Continuous: the heart of English?

The Present Simple & Continuous: the heart of English?

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 October 2017

These are two tenses we study from the very early stages of learning English. And there is good reason: if you master these tenses, the rest becomes a little easier!

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