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Common English questions and answers

Sometimes, even when you know a lot of English, you can have difficulty finding the right words or phrases to answer simple questions. One reason why learning a language is so difficult is because the materials can start to seem...

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10 Interesting Facts About English Grammar

Let’s take a look at ten interesting facts about the English language: “I am” is the shortest complete sentence in the English language. It does not have both a subject and a predicate, but it is a sentence because it...

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Comparison (2)

1. use We use as … as to say that people or things are equal in some way. She’s as tall as her brother. She speaks French as well as the rest of us. 2. negative structures After not, we...

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Comparison (1)

Various words and structures can be used for comparing. 1. Similarity and identity: as, like, so do I, too, the same, etc If we want to say that people, things, actions or events are similar, we can use as or...

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How to use “Come and Go”

Speaker’s/Hearer’s position We use come for movements to the place where the speaker or hearer is. Maria, would you come here, please? ~ I’m coming. (NOT … I’m going.) When did you come to live here? (on the phone): Can...

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How to use “Cloth and Clothes”

Cloth is material made from wool, cotton etc, used for making clothes, curtains, soft furnishings and so on. (In informal English, it ismore common to say material or fabric.) His suits were made of the most expensive cloth. A cloth...

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How to use “Close and Shut”

Use Close /klauz/ and shut can often be used with the same meaning. Open your mouth and close/shut your eyes. I can’t close/shut the window. Can you help me? The shop closes/shuts at five o’clock. You can shut, but not...

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How to use become, get, go grow

changes: become, get, go, grow, etc Become, get, go, come, grow, and turn can all be used with similar meanings to talk about changes. The differences between them are complicated – they depend partly on grammar, partly on meaning and...

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How to use care

Care: take care (of), care (about) and care for 1 take care of Take care of normally means ‘look after’ or ‘take responsibility for’. Nurses take care of people in the hospital. It’s no good giving Peter a rabbit: he’s...

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How to use “by”

1 not later than By can mean ‘not later than’.I’ll be home by five o’clock. (= at or before five) Can I borrow your car?-: Yes, but I must have it back by tonight. (= tonight or before) By can...

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