English Grammar

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Difference between Was Going To, Was Thinking Of, Was Wondering

The difference between: A. Was/Were going to B. Was/were thinking of C. Was/were wondering English learners often get certain English words confused. Especially when taken in similar context. When talking about plans or thoughts, we often use the terms “going to”, “thinking of” and “wondering”. Here’s an explanation of each one. Grammar Firstly, all three […]

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breath vs breathe

Breath vs Breathe

Unlike some cases in which only the correct spelling of the word in question is the issue, breath and breathe are both correctly spelled but are completely different words. So, what is the difference and when do you use each word? Breath (noun): spell /brɛθ/ the air that is taken into and expelled out of the […]

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Collocation ›› collocation definition, make and do collocations, most common collocations

››› Definition of Collocation and Collocation Types ››› Difference between collocation, fixed expression and idioms? ››› What is the difference between collocations and phrasal verbs ››› Collocations with Traffic! ››› Collocations with Pride! ››› Collocations with Set! ››› 5 Most Common Adjective – Noun Collocations: Express, Chilly, Rich … ››› Collocations with Friend! ››› 14 Most Common Collocations with RICH! ››› Most Common Collocations with […]

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ms vs mrs

Ms vs Mrs vs Miss vs Mr

Ms. vs Mrs. vs Miss vs Mr. A title is a word that comes before someone’s name (usually their last name) in order to indicate their gender, occupation, or marital status. Some common titles include “Dr.” (which stands for “Doctor”), “Prof.” (which stands for “Professor”), and “Mr.” (which stands for “Mister”). The four titles we’re […]

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have to don't have to


Have to: when something is necessary, you cannot choose not to do it, it is a duty, something that you must do. To be able to live we have to eat, we have to sleep and we have to breathe. Don’t have to: when something is not necessary, not a must You don’t have to […]

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types of questions

Types of Questions in English: Yes-No, Choice, Wh-questions, Indirect, Rhetorical questions

In English, there are several different types of questions (also known as interrogative sentences) that you can ask. Each elicits a slightly different response and is structured in a certain way. In this article, we’ll go over the following types of interrogative structures: Yes-no questions Choice questions Wh-questions Question tags Indirect questions Rhetorical questions As […]

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