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There is obviously no shortcut to mastering anything and the same goes with English grammar. It takes a significant amount of time to understand as well as put English grammar to use. However there are obviously ways to improve your grammar and help you to speak correctly and efficiently. Some tips and tricks that you must be working on to improve your grammar are as follows. 1. Concentrate on tense This should be on top of your list. This is because the tense can dict
By definition, a verb is a word that describes an occurrence of an action. It also explains the current situation of the person, thing or an object. This word "verb" is from Latin word verbum and it means "word". Without verbs, your sentence seems useless and cannot elaborate true meaning to the reader or listener.
Are you looking for English lessons online? Are you taking up EFL or ESL and you are still confused with some words or phrases? A lot of times, these commonly misused words are so because they sound alike or they are pronounced very similarly. It really sometimes does not matter if you misuse some words or phrases but for the sake of not sounding funny and to not have somebody pick on you, then here are some words that are frequently misrepresented.
Abstract nouns refer to a state, concept or feeling and cannot be perceived by any of the five senses. If you want your students to be able to identify them then your students need to spend time playing with them. Here are 7 classroom activities that will get your students exploring and ...
English Grammar - 6 Tips For ESL Learners
How do you teach the difference between “make” and “do” in your English classrooms? What do you do? What do you make? What’s the difference, anyway, between “make” and “do”? I’ve spent a considerable amount of time teaching a very wide range of ESL classes this distinction. These simple words cause lots of confusion for English language learners.