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Conditionals in English: First, Second, Third, Zero and Mixed
A conditional sentence usually consists of a main clause and an 'if' clause, and it is used for talking about possible or imaginary situations. First Conditional ...
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Common Responses to Sneezing like Bless You
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Little - A Little - Few - A Few difference
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When do we use its and when do we use it's and what is the difference between them?
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There is / There are / There isn't / There aren't
“There is” is used for singular or uncountable objects. “There are” is used for objects in the countable or plural form in the affirmative.
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Objection ON or TO?
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Can we say: Thanks in abundance?
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Economics Definition & 50 Common Economics Vocabulary Words Explained
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If I Was or If I Were?
‘If I were…’ and ‘If I was…’ are both correct forms to use when referring to a hypothetical situation. (Second Conditional/ Unreal Present)....
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I don't get the difference between" IN, INTO and INSIDE" thanks
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Imperfect Tense Examples in English
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