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Gradable & Non-Gradable Adjective

Gradable & Non-Gradable Adjective

By Ed Tyrrell / 2 dicembre 2020

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

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

By Suzanne Pilch / 14 settembre 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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Ed Tyrrell Ed Tyrrell
21 marzo 2018

Absolutely Good

Why can't we use 'very' with huge or 'absolutely' with good?

Wild Wednesdays

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 ottobre 2017

"Here’s a nice little game for Wednesday!"

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Should it be -ing or inf?

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 ottobre 2017

This is a large area of the English language, which consists of many lists that need to be memorized. Here, I have looked into one aspect in a simplified way. I hope it helps.

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Looking Forward

By Ed Tyrrell / 28 settembre 2017

I’ll see him – I’m going to see him – I’m seeing him – I will have seen him…The future tenses in English can be daunting. There are 7 ‘official’ future tenses and “a whole host” (nice quantifying expression – it means ‘a lot of’) of other verbs and expressions that we use in a variety of different situations.

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Adverbs

By Ed Tyrrell / 26 settembre 2017

This is a request for input.I have found teaching adverbs can be a tricky thing.

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