little a little few a few

Little – A Little – Few – A Few difference

image source I have a little money left, so we can go shopping if you want. I have little money left, so I don’t think I can go shopping. I have a few dollars left, so we can go shopping if you want. I have very few dollars left, so I don’t think I can […]

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Collocations List with meanings and examples

What Are Collocations? Collocations with Set! Collocations with Traffic! Collocations with Friend! Most Common Collocations with DO You Will Ever Need! Collocations with Pride! 14 Most Common Collocations with RICH! Love collocations Collocations with TAKE and GET What is the difference between collocations and phrasal verbs Difference between collocation, fixed expression and idioms?

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Different ways to Ask for Help

10 Different Ways to Ask for Help

image source Here are some ways to ask someone to help you: Would you mind helping me? Could you help me? Could you help me out? Could you do me a favor? Could you give me a hand? Would you mind showing me ____? Do you know anything about ____? Do you have any free […]

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it's ok not to be perfect

Imperfect Tense Examples in English

What is past progressive? Used to I am used to… You might have heard of the imperfect tense before – you might even use it in your own language. In Spanish, it’s the difference between “estuve” and “estaba.” In French, it’s the difference between “je mange” and “je mangeais.” In fact, many languages have some […]

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while usage

Everything you need to know about WHILE

The word “while” has several uses in the English language, and all of them are pretty useful. Not only is it a noun, but it’s also a fairly common conjunction that you probably use already. Here’s a breakdown of all the most common ways to use this word. A long time At the same time […]

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baby animals and their parents names

40 Names of Baby Animals and Their Parents

image source image source 1. bear – cub 2. bee – larva 3. beluga – calf 4. bird – hatchling, chick 5. cat – kitten 6. butterfly – caterpillar, larva, pupa 7. camel – calf 8. cattle – calf 9. cheetah – cub 10. chicken – chick, pullet (young hen) 11. crocodile – hatchling 12. crow – chick […]

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