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21 December

Singular vs Plural in English

In English there are a few different “forumlas” for making a noun plural from the singular form. The most basic formula is to add an “s” to the end of the noun. How to know which nouns follow this forumla?…...

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14 December

GET EXPRESSIONS IN BASKETBALL

One of the most difficult parts of the English Language is the quantity and frequency of the use of “Phrasal Verbs” which are a verb and a particle and the particle changes the meaning of the verb. We recommnend to…...

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07 December

Big Numbers – Tips and Tricks

Just some helpful tips when talking about numbers in English. A key is to know the difference in pronunciation between the numbers “14” (fourteen) and “40” (forty). THe most important point is that the first ends in “N” and the…...

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23 November

Add Emphasis with Intensifiers

Intensifiers are used in English to add emphasis. They help us to communicate more clearly what we want to say. For example there is a big dfference between a good move and an extremely good move. Intensifiers don’t really have…...

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22 November

Game Time

It was about time to talk about time! Telling time in English can be difficult because different languages have different ways to to tell time! Here are some tips to help you! 1) Say the hour first and then the…...

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09 November

On or at?

Let’s see the main differences between at and on. Do you know when you have to use at and on? The trick is basically understanding what the sentence wants to say. Does it talk about a place (e.g. park)? a…...

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01 November

Modals to Talk About Chance

Modals such as “might”, “could” and “may” are used to talk about uncertainty. If the probability is around 40% then any of those 3 modals could be used correctly. These are situations that either you are not sure or it…...

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