SO ANYWAYS, HOW GOOD DO YOU PRONOUNCIATE THESE WORDS?
I often err (which rhymes with her).
I’ve said re-PRIZE and re-OCCUR
and of-TEN and ho-MOG-en-us. 1,525 more words
Easy English grammar learning!
Common grammar mistakes!
1. The verb doesn’t agree with the subject:
a) There are many person in this class.
b) The film finish at four o’clock. 25 more words
English is a startling language, as those who use it know. Amongst many claims about language, most of which are difficult to prove, English is recognised as one of the top 3 most widely spoken languages… 715 more words
This speaker offers several suggestions for how to make language easier for people to understand–and why it’s so important to do so. By law, U.S. government agencies must use “plain language” (common words, short sentences, no idioms and graphics). 45 more words