Different Ways to Use “AS”
as + noun; preposition(followed by noun); He works as a hairdresser.
clause + as + clause;conjunctions(connecting two clauses); As I grow older my tastes are changing.
as + adjective + as;Adverb; Run away as far as you can. Follow the list for much more;
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Idioms with Fruits
The apple of your eye, go bananas, a bite at the cherry, not give a fig, apple and orange, lemon, peach; follow the examples;
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Differences Between TELL and SAY
Tell; somebody something, somebody about something.
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People, animals and things. For examples;
People; a class of students, an army of soldiers, a choir of singer.
Animal; a catch of fish, a flock of birds.
Things; a group of islands, a galaxy of stars. Follow the list for much more;
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50 ways to say BAD
Abhorrent, abominable, atrocious, awful, barbaric, beastly, blah, brutal, bummer, careless, cheap, cheesy and others… Follow the list;
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Commonly Confused Words in English
Especially – Specially, Farther – Further, Older – Elder, Altogether – All together. FOllow the list for detailed expressions;
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Different ways to say YES in English
We can say YES different ways; Definitely, of course, yeah, sure, by all means, naturally, you bet, absolutely. Follow the list for detailed expressions and examples about these words; Continue reading “Different ways to say YES in English”
Phrasal Verbs With “DO”
This post include phrasal verbs with do; Do in, Do up, Do down, Do over, Do without, Do out of; Continue reading “Phrasal Verbs With “DO””