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How to use “another and other”

Another and other Another is one word. He’s bought another car. (NOT … an other car.) Another can mean ‘an additional, extra’. It is used with singular countable nouns. Could I have another piece of bread? Another can be used...

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50 Common Grammar mistakes

Here is 50 common grammar mistakes from Engvid Below are some of the most common English mistakes made by ESL students, in speech and in writing. Go through the examples and make sure you understand the corrections. Then try the...

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How to use Almost, Nearly

Almost and nearly can both express ideas connected with progress, measurement, or counting. Nearly is less common in American English. I’ve almost/nearly finished. There were almost/nearly a thousand people there. Sometimes almost is a little ‘nearer’ than nearly. Compare: It’s...

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All and Whole

word order All (of) and a whole can both be used with singular nouns to mean ‘complete’, ‘every part of’. The word order is different. all (of) + determiner + noun determiner + whole + noun – ]ulie spent all...

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All and Every

All and every can both be used to talk about people or things in general, or about all the members of a group. There is little difference of meaning; every often suggests ‘without exception’. The two words are used in...

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Common mistakes in IELTS Listening

IELTS is a very important exam, and quite stressful too, as it has four different modules to test your English proficiency skills. Among the four modules of Reading, Listening, Writing, and Speaking, the Listening module is the one where students tend to...

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How to use “All”

All refers to three or more items. Compare: I’ll take all three shirts, please. I’ll take both shirts. (NOT … all two shirts.) All (of) with nouns and pronouns All modifies nouns or pronouns. All (of) the people were singing....

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