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Can Could with Many Examples

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: Usage of Shall vs Should with Examples

Shall and Should are both modal verbs. 1. Shall expresses certain laws and rules Examples: You shall abide by the law. Students shall not enter this room. 2. Something...

Difference Between MAY, MIGHT, MAY HAVE And MIGHT HAVE!

MAY and MIGHT are both used to talk about possibility. MIGHT is past tense of MAY. Many people still think that MAY (present tense) should be...

English Grammar: During vs Through with Examples

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 Would Examples

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...

In behalf of or On behalf of difference

// Similar expressions, but they have a slightly different meaning. On behalf of someone  in the name of someone (representing someone) Example: ...

10 Websites to Learn and Practice English Grammar

One of the main parts in learning English is grammar. You know that too, right?! As all the materials (explanations, quizzes, tests and games) are...

The Best of 2012: Top English Learning Blog Posts of the...

Now that 2012 has come to a close, it's time to take a look back at the posts that made the biggest impacts on...

5 Ways to Overcome Difficulties Connected to the Conditionals

The conditional sentences in English are those types of structures that can easily mix the students. Because you have to use some tenses with...

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