Lately, my blog has been getting more readers from different parts of the world, and to say 감사합니다 to all of you I wanted to post something useful. 552 more words
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As nothing cannot be known by any means or method it must mean, in the context of the question, that a specific named object is present or not present in the observer’s experience of a set of objects, conditions for which English uses “is” or “is not.” The object therefore cannot be the same, at least in language, as its being present, as it may or may not be present. 607 more words
With online exercise.
Quite a number of the readers of my newsletter have asked me to explain how you can know when to use “to” and the infinitive or a participle with “-ing.” 629 more words