British vs American English, Common misspellings, Confusing Words and Expressions, Consonant Chart, Controversial Topics, General, Grammar, Oral English, Parts of Speech, Punctuation, Vowel Chart

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You’ve seen and studied question-and-answer books, but would you love to see one with a simplified explanation of each answer? That’s what this ebook is all about. Whether you’re studying for an examination or just need lessons in modern English, this is for you. You would love it—rest assured. May you find the knowledge you seek.…

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Grammar, Parts of Speech

Prepositions: uses and misuses

Prepositions generally give information on location, time and place in connection with people, things and events. They tell us the physical position of an entity, the period of an event and the realistic relationship between people, things and locations. They’re usually followed by nouns or noun phrases. Examples of prepositions: about, around, above, in, at,…

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Grammar, Parts of Speech

Pronouns: understanding the basics

A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun to avoid repetition or make an expression less cumbersome. Pronouns are used in both subject and object positions in a sentence, i.e. they can be the performer of the action in a sentence or the receiver. We have: Personal pronouns: I (me), you (you),…

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