Merry Christmas to our amiable readers

As you celebrate this Christmas May you experience love and grace And peace in all your…

‘Such as’ and ‘like’: which is appropriate?

Have you ever been in a situation where you are confused about whether to use ‘such…

All meats not beef: see their names

We all hear people or even ourselves call every meat beef because we all don’t know…

Difference between ‘at the back of’ and ‘behind’

Just like ‘in front of’, ‘in the front of’, ‘at the front of’ and ‘in the…

Difference between ‘in the front of’ and ‘at the front of’

This is apparently one of those confusing topics in English! But relax, it’s not as difficult…

Difference between ‘in front of’ and ‘in the front of’

These prepositional expressions are not the same, but it is easy to understand the simple difference.…

How to say and respond to ‘Thank you’

We say ‘thank you’ when we appreciate what someone has done for us, or when we…

Pure vowels and diphthongs

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:RP_vowel_chart_(monophthongs).gif These are English language vowel chart models containing all twelve pure vowels and eight diphthongs,…

Consonant chart

https://msu.edu/course/asc/232/Charts/ConsonantChartFilledIn.html This is a model of English language consonant chart. It contains the sounds, places of…

Semicolon: understanding the uniqueness

The semicolon (;) is a unique punctuation mark, but while some consider it the most feared…