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  • Present Perfect And Past Simple
    on Oct 19, 2011
    I. Past Simple We use the past simple to talk about states and actions in the past. The use of the past simple shows that the state or action is finished or complete, and that it took place in a finished period of time. I studied at this school for 5...
  • Spelling And Pronunciation Of Word Endings
    on Oct 5, 2011 in English Tips
    The -s/-es endingA. SpellingThe regular plural of a noun or the third-person singular of a simple-present verb is formed by adding -s or -es (after a sibilant sound such as -ch, -sh, -s, -ss, -x, -z, -zz). In general, most English words are adde...
  • Spelling and pronunciation of word endings
    on Sep 29, 2011 in English Tips
    The -s/-es ending A. Spelling The regular plural of a noun or the third-person singular of a simple-present verb is formed by adding -s or -es (after a sibilant sound such as -ch, -sh, -s, -ss, -x, -z, -zz). In general, most English words are ad...
  • The GerundIntroduction A gerund is a verb with the ending -ing and it is used like a noun. For example: Swimming is good for your health. I don't agree with taking the bus to school. We add not before the gerund to make the negative form. I enjoy not going to...
  • Questions
    on Sep 10, 2011 in Sentence And Text
    A. Types of questionThere are two types of question: a yes/no question and a wh- question.A yes/no question begins with an auxiliary verb (do, will). It can be answered by yes or no. (we can sometimes use another phrase or clause instead of yes or no...
  • The Imperative
    on Sep 4, 2011
    A. Form The imperative is the base form of the verb. Although the imperative doesn't have a subject, the subject you is implied. For emphasis, we use do before the imperative. Stop talking, please. or Do stop talking! Go out of th...
  • Tips to Improve Your English Vocabulary
    on Aug 30, 2011 in English Tips
    Many English learners has trouble with vocabulary. For those people who have a great vocabulary, they find it difficult to actually use their words. They know the meaning of a word but they don't know how to use it correctly. And for those whose voca...
  • Negative Statements
    on Aug 24, 2011 in Sentence And Text
    A. Before reading this post , I recommend you read The Use Of Statements first. So as you know that, the main use of a statement is to give information. In contrast, we use negative statements to inform someone that what they might think or...
  • English Reading Tips
    on Aug 19, 2011 in English Tips
    English has become an international language. There is at least a billion of people who speak English. It is the language of diplomacy and international communications, business, education, science, computer, tourism, technology, media and the Intern...
  • Words And Phrases
    on Aug 16, 2011 in Sentence And Text
    A. English words can be grouped into different classes depending on how they're used grammatically. These classes are also known as 'part of speech'. Verb: A word that can expresses an action, an event or a state.    Ex: be, brin...
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