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  • Promoter Asked on 28/04/2017 in English Grammar.

    The pronoun “none” means “no part of” or “not any of”. It can be used together with both singular and plural verb forms, depending on the context:   None of...
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  • Promoter Asked on 28/04/2017 in English Vocabulary.

    When you want to avoid using a word or expression that would be too rude or embarrassing to say, you can use a more polite synonym instead. This substitute is...
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  • Promoter Asked on 28/04/2017 in English Writing.

    Title case is traditionally used in titles and headings. When written in title case, the first letter of every word is capitalized in the title:   All About Title Case...
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  • Promoter Asked on 28/04/2017 in English Vocabulary.

    The word real is generally used as an adjective that means "not invented/not artificial":   Don’t panic. It was just a dream. It’s not real. The prisoners made guns that...
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  • Promoter Asked on 28/04/2017 in English Vocabulary.

    The most common preposition to use with the adjective different is from:   You are not that different from your father. London is very different from Beijing. Is going to...
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  • Promoter Asked on 28/04/2017 in English Vocabulary.

    The adjective equivalent is used when something has the same value, amount, meaning etc. as another thing. The most common preposition used with this adjective is to:   150 grams...
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  • Promoter Asked on 28/04/2017 in English Vocabulary.

    Touché is a French word widely used in English when acknowledging that someone else has won a point in an argument, usually because they said something witty. It’s like saying...
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  • Promoter Asked on 22/04/2017 in English Vocabulary.

    Include refers to something that is one part of another thing: The package holiday we bought included travel, accommodation, and breakfast.(Travel, accommodation, and breakfast were part of the package.) The...
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  • Promoter Asked on 22/04/2017 in English Vocabulary.

    LOOK FOR Look for is used, in general, when you need to find something or someone: Excuse me! I’m looking for the manager’s office. Do you know where it is?...
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  • Promoter Asked on 22/04/2017 in English Vocabulary.

    Both ON your end and AT your end are used when referring to the place someone is. ON is more common in American English while AT is more common in...
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