Category: English Grammar

English Grammar

The Difference Between Tell, Say, Speak, Talk

When to use Tell, Say, Speak, Talk These four verbs have a similar meaning, they are just used in different contexts. In general, tell and say are used when conveying specific information. Both can be used interchangeably by changing the sentence structure. There

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English Grammar

Practice Using Prepositions IN / ON / AT / BY

Things to keep in mind about prepositions  IN, ON, AT, BY These four two-letter words can be very confusing at times when speaking English, but not when listening to an English conversation. It is important to pay attention to these

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Phrasal-Verbs
English Grammar

10 Essential Phrasal Verbs Using LOOK

In today’s lesson, we are going to explore Phrasal Verbs with Look! Phrasal verbs are one of the toughest parts of learning English! They combine a simple verb with one or more words to create a totally new verb with

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English Grammar

Common Mistakes Spanish Speakers Make in English

Speak Spanish?  As a native Spanish speaker, I understand what’s it’s like having to translate in your head before speaking in English. Speech may be lost in translation if you don’t transition from translating to thinking like an English speaker.

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American English Pronunciation

How to Speak English Fast with Advanced Grammar

  How can you speak English faster and more natural? You’ve probably heard English native speakers using contractions and connected speech with modal verbs like “woulda”, “coulda”, and “shoulda”. Taking words and kind of smashing them together is really common,

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Relative Clauses Exercises

Today we’re going to look at something that’s very important for all of you Go Natural English learners. Relative clauses might not sound too exciting, but these simple words can help you sound a lot more fluent.  We use relative

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Your vs You’re – What’s the Difference?

AN INTRODUCTION TO YOUR VS YOU’RE Let’s talk about YOUR and YOU’RE! The words “your” and “you’re” are a great example of confusing homophones because although the rules are straightforward, even native English speakers frequently mix up this pair of

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English Grammar

EACH and EVERY… What’s the difference?

At first glance, “each” and “every” are the same. But when we look at more examples, we see they’re really different! Sometimes they can be interchangeable with each other. The correct use is more about the feeling and less about

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