FARTHER and FURTHER- Have you ever thought about the difference between FARTHER and FURTHER? Many of you get confused when you are to use FARTHER and FURTHER. Though they are similar in meaning, they do hold a difference. This lesson will help you understand these words and help you apply in your speaking and listening […]

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CLOTH and CLOTHES- Have you ever thought about the difference between CLOTH and CLOTHES? Many of you get confused when you are to use CLOTH and CLOTHES. Though they are almost similar in meaning, they do hold a difference. This lesson will help you understand these words and help you apply in your speaking and […]

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CERTAIN and SURE- Have you ever thought about the difference between CERTAIN and SURE? Many of you get confused when you are to use CERTAIN and SURE. Though they are similar in meaning, they do hold a difference. This lesson will help you understand these words and help you apply in your speaking and listening […]

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FORGET and LEAVE- Many of you get confused when you are to use forget and leave. Though they are similar in meaning, they do hold a difference. This lesson will help you understand these words and help you apply in your speaking and listening seamlessly. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Practical English Usage, […]

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Many learners think or sometimes ask about the difference between All right and Alright. Yes, there is something you should know about these words. In this lesson, it’s been made clear. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Practical English Usage, Michael Swan

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To talk about something that is not close which word do you use? Is it OPEN or OPENED? There are many mistakes we, native and non-native, make now and then. Some mistakes are very common and in this lesson, one of the common mistakes has been discussed in a very clear and concise way. The […]

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To many of the learners of the world, both the words FAR and AWAY mean the same. But there is a difference between these two words, and this lesson focuses on and fixes it for good. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 3rd Edition

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In the floor, on the floor or at the floor? Which preposition should we use before the noun, FLOOR? It is one of the common mistakes many learners make. This lesson focuses on and fixes it for good. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 3rd Edition

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Many learners make this one. They get confused when they are to put the word ONLY in their sentences. Should it sit before the verb, or after it? Well, this lesson answer to their question. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 3rd Edition

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Many learners still think that they should use a preposition after the verb CONTACT. But should they use any preposition at all? This tiny yet effective lesson will answer to this question. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 3rd Edition

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