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Common Mistakes to Avoid in Conditional Tenses

Conditional tenses are a crucial part of English grammar, enabling us to express hypothetical situations, possibilities, and the consequences of different conditions. However, even proficient English speakers can sometimes make mistakes when using conditional tenses. In this article,…

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Navigating Conditional Tenses in English Grammar

Conditional tenses in English grammar are a crucial tool for expressing hypothetical situations, potential outcomes, and dependencies between events. These tenses allow us to convey ideas related to possibilities, probabilities, and the consequences of different scenarios. In this…

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Capitalization Rules for Nouns: A Comprehensive Guide

Capitalization is an essential aspect of written language, and understanding the rules for capitalizing nouns is fundamental for clear and proper communication in English. In this article, we will explore the rules governing the capitalization of nouns, providing…

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ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY FOR ADVANCED ENGLISH LEARNERS

Advanced English learners have already achieved a strong command of the language and are now poised to refine their language skills for more nuanced communication and comprehension. To reach this level of proficiency, a robust vocabulary is essential….

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PHRASAL VERB

Phrasal Verbs – “phrasal verb” are verbs that have a different meaning from their base verb. Phrasal verbs are used in idiomatic expressions in English. In these expressions, the preposition after the base verb changes the meaning of…

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PHRASAL VERBS 2

Phrasal Verbs in English In English, phrasal verbs, also known as multi-word verbs, are quite common and widely used in informal conversations. It is important to note that these verbs are used less frequently in formal settings, where…

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DETAILED ANALYSIS ON WORDS 1/ AGREE, AGREEMENT

English Vocabulary – Agree Words related to “agree”: agree (on, about): to share the same opinion about agreement: harmony or accordance in opinion or feeling unanimous: (of two or more people) fully in agreement disagree: not reaching an…

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WORD REVIEW 2 / BAD

English Vocabulary – Bad Words related to “bad”: nasty: very bad or unpleasant horrible: causing or likely to cause horror; shocking awful: very bad or unpleasant unpleasant: causing discomfort, unhappiness, or revulsion; disagreeable Examples in sentences: I had…

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