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Passive Voice is a structure we use in English where the subject becomes the object...
List of verbs commonly followed by infinitives (examples included)
Though "Such" and "So" have similar meanings, there is a distinct difference between the use of these two words
The comma separates the structural elements of a sentence into manageable segments.
What's the difference between another, other, others and the other
Words ending in -ent/-ence and -ant/-ance
Opposite (or antonym) is a word that means the reverse of a word...
Verbs are subdivided into two groups, regular verbs and irregular verbs, on the basis of how their past tense and past participles are formed.
English grammar is the body of rules that describe the structure of expressions in the English language.
Prefix is a word part added in front of a base word to change the meaning...
No and not are the two most common words we use to indicate negation.
Still and yet and already are words which often cause trouble for students of English. So let's try and distinguish clearly between them.
We form some adjectives from verbs by adding -ing or -ed endings to them. Adjectives that end -ed and adjectives that end -ing are often...
What's the Difference? Must and Have to, Mustn't and Don't have to