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Further vs Farther. Commonly Confused English Words with 12 Examples

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“Farther relates to definition, further is a definition of degree.” Finding Forrester Is it always so simple to work out when to use these two...
who vs whom

Who vs Whom. A Simple Explanation for Determining When to Use Each Word

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https://youtu.be/h22MNo2jcFA Who vs whom. The difference between these words is that whom is the objective form of who, which was originally only a subjective pronoun....
How to Improve Your English Speaking and Writing Skills

How to Improve English Speaking and Writing Skills

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To get the most out of your speaking and writing skills you will need to practise - a lot. In this blog post, I...
can-could

Can Could 👍 with Many Examples ✅ [Modal Verbs]

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image source Can and could are modal auxiliary verbs which express ability, permission, request, offer or possibility. Could is originally the past form of can, but...

English Grammar: During vs Through with Examples

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We use during + noun to say when something happens. Examples: I fell asleep during the film. I can see a lot of snow outside. It must...
Will vs Would

Will Would Examples

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Would and will are both modal verbs. Will is used in future structures. 1. Statement referring to the future – fact, timetable, etc. - We'll (= we...
business email writing

7 Simple Examples of Business Email Writing in English

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https://youtu.be/a_1L_9dvFHk Most of us in the business world use emails as the main, and in some cases the only, means of written communication. For many...
READ IN ENGLISH

2 Amazing Tips to Memorise English Words

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On our Facebook page, many of you have asked how to learn and later remember English words. The solution: READ IN ENGLISH! This is one of the...
in behalf on behalf difference

In behalf of or On behalf of difference

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// Similar expressions, but they have a slightly different meaning. On behalf of someone  in the name of someone (representing someone) Example: Don’t worry on my behalf....
jump the gun idiom

10 Business English Phrases About Sport You Can Use in Daily Business Communication

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When doing business with Native Speakers of English you will hear a lot of metaphors and idiomatic expressions used. They can relate to all...

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