English Grammar

good evening and goodnight difference

Good Evening and Goodnight Difference

Ever heard these two greetings and got them confused? Are they used slightly differently in your language than in English? This article will show you all the differences between saying GOODNIGHT and GOOD EVENING. 1. Say GOODNIGHT only when you or the other person is going to bed or leaving for the night. In English, […]

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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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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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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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Countable and Uncountable Nouns Examples

Image source List of Words Without Plural Form (Uncountable Nouns) Can you spot the mistakes in the sentence above? I’ll give you a clue: there are four letters too many. Yes, it’s the letter S! Can you say knowledge s? No, you can’t. Why? This word, just like information, furniture and jewellery, has NO PLURAL […]

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pronoun definition

A BIG List of All PRONOUNS

image source A pronoun is a word that can function as a noun phrase used by itself. It is used to refer to a person in the discourse i.e. you or I, or to someone or something mentioned elsewhere in the discourse i.e. she, they, it. Pronouns are used in the place of a noun that has already been […]

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100+ Prepositional Phrase Sentences List

More for you: I’m still confused with “due to” and “because of” How many prepositions are there and what are they? More for you: How to Use AT, IN, ON in English? List of Sentence Connectors in English with Examples! More for you: Formal and Informal Email Phrases Starting with Greetings Phone Conversation: Most Commonly […]

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