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Grammar: For/Since, Just, Ever/Never, Already, Yet


We often use “for” and “since” when talking about time.

For + period: a “period” is a duration of time – five minutes, two weeks, six years. 413 more words


Old vs modern



The Clock Tower in Leicester. Isn’t it beautiful?  But what would you rather see next to it – an old traditional building or a modern cube of a shopping center complex? 211 more words


Grammar: Introduction to Adverbs

Adjectives tell us something about a person or a thing. Adjectives can modify nouns or pronouns.

Adverbs tell us in what way someone does something. Adverbs can modify… 213 more words


Georgia's Tips and Tricks

Hey, Y’all!

Here’re a couple of tricks I’ve learnt along the way. If you’ve got any, add them to the comments or email me with a suggestion, and I’ll upload them to this page. 325 more words

Writing And Editing

The position of adverbs & adverbial phrases

Hello everybody! Today we are going to see the adverbs. There are different types of adverbs:

Adverbs of manner

Go after the verb, because describes how somebody do something. 217 more words

Intermediate 2

WRITING WEB CONTENT: How to avoid using adverbs

“Adverbs are like pineapple chunks. A few on top of your pizza add zest. Too many make a runny mess.”

Do these words of wisdom from my grade 12 teacher sound familiar?

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