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6 Excellent English Grammar Apps for Android

When it comes to learning grammar, sometimes it’s better to do it in small chunks but often. It also helps when you can learn...

Good vs Well. Quick and Easy Tips to Understand the Point

This simple explanation of "good vs well" will quickly help you to understand the point. Good is usually an adjective (which modifies nouns) while well...

So and Such (Simple Infographic to Improve Your English)

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Ensure vs Insure β€Ίβ€Ίβ€Ί Short Explanation with Simple Examples

Let me show you quickly what's the difference between ensure vs insure. Ensure to make sure that something is definite and/or it will happen, to guarantee...

200 Most Common Irregular Verbs + Gerunds

Irregular verbs are those that usuallyΒ don't take the -ed ending for the Past Simple and Past Participle forms. Sometimes, there may be the option to...

Further vs Farther. Commonly Confused English Words with 12 Examples

β€œFarther 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. A Simple Explanation for Determining When to Use...

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....

Their They’re There [Infographic] β€Ίβ€Ίβ€Ί Best Explanation Ever!!!

Source THERE refers to places That girl over there is beautiful THEY'RE is short for THEY ARE They are both very special to me or They're both...

Can Could πŸ‘ with Many Examples βœ… [Modal Verbs]

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...

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