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  • May and Can: differences
    on Sep 8, 2009 in verbs Auxiliary verbs
    Both can and may can be used to talk about possibility. But there is some difference between them. Can is used to talk about theoretical possibility; may is used to talk about factual possibility. Compare: The road may be blocked due to the process...
  • Auxiliary Verbs - May
    on Sep 8, 2009 in verbs Auxiliary verbs
    May is a modal auxiliary verb. There is no –s in the third person singular. She may be here soon. (NOT She mays …) May is followed by an infinitive without to. You may be right. (NOT You may to be right.) He may come. Questions and negatives a...
  • Auxiliary Verbs
    on Sep 4, 2009 in verbs Auixliary verbs
    An auxiliary verb is one which helps other verbs to make tenses, passive forms etc. There are two groups - primary auxiliaries and modal auxiliaries.Modal auxiliaries The verbs will, would, shall, should, can, could, may, might, must, ought, dare...
  • Differences in Grammar Between American and British
    on Sep 4, 2009 in differences in grammar
    These two varieties of English are very similar that most American and British speakers can understand each other without great difficulty. There are, however, a few differences of grammar, vocabulary and spelling. The following guide is meant to poi...
  • Auxiliary Verb - Can
    on Sep 4, 2009 in verbs Auixliary verbs
    Can is an auxiliary verb, a modal auxiliary verb. We use can to:talk about possibility and abilitymake requestsask for or give permissionStructure of Cansubject + can + main verbThe main verb is always the bare infinitive (infinitive without "to").su...
  • Auxiliary Verb - Could
    on Sep 4, 2009 in verbs Auixliary verbs
    Could is an auxiliary verb, a modal auxiliary verb. We use could to:talk about past possibility or abilitymake requestsStructure of Couldsubject + could + main verbThe main verb is always the bare infinitive (infinitive without "to"). subjectauxiliar...
  • Past Perfect TenseThe Past Perfect tense is used to refer to a non-continuous action in the past, which was already completed by the time another action in the past took place. In the following examples, the verbs in the Past Perfect tense are underlined.e.g. She had...
  • Present Perfect TenseWe use the present perfect when we want to look back from the present to the past. We can use it to look back on the recent past. I've broken my watch so I don't know what time it is.
  • Passive Voice
    on Aug 28, 2009 in passive voice verbs
    The passive voice is less usual than the active voice. The active voice is the "normal" voice. But sometimes we need the passive voice. In this lesson we look at how to construct the passive voice, when to use it and how to conjugate it.Construction...
  • Countable and Uncountable Nouns
    on Aug 27, 2009 in nouns
    Countable NounsCountable nouns are easy to recognize. They are things that we can count. For example: "pen". We can count pens. We can have one, two, three or more pens. Here are some more countable nouns:dog, cat, animal, man, personbottle, box, lit...
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