FIT and SUIT- Have you ever thought about the difference between FIT and SUIT? Many of you get confused when you are to use FIT and SUIT. 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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What is the difference between HOUSE and HOME? Are they same? Many learners get confused when they are to use these words in their speaking and writing. There is a difference between these two words. This lesson gives a clear idea about these common words. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Practical English Usage, […]

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Is country countable or uncountable noun? It’s been a common question in many learners. There is not a single-word answer to this question which is why this lesson on this is here to make clear about this for good. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Practical English Usage, Michael Swan

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Can we use ‘me’ as a subject? Can we use ‘myself’ as a subject? Many learners use these pronouns as subjects in their sentences, but are they grammatically correct? They appear to be. In this lesson it’s been discussed clearly. All the information, explanations and examples credit: English Grammar for Dummies by Geraldine Woods

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We all use this phrase ‘Let’s go’ almost every day. But there are some other smart alternatives that convey the same meaning we could use to make our English more smart and beautiful. In this lesson, you going to discover them! All the information, explanations and examples credit: http://www.bbc.co.uk

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What is the difference between STATION and STOP? Are they same? Many learners get confused when they are to use these words in their speaking and writing. There is a difference that is mainly based on the locations. This lesson gives a clear idea about these common words.

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What is the difference between ILL and SICK? Are they same? Many learners get confused when they are to use these words in their speaking and writing. There is a difference that is mainly based on the locations. This lesson gives a clear idea about these common words.

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Listen or hear? What is the difference between listen and hear? These are some common questions among many others. Both the words have similar meaning yet there are differences. In this lesson, it’s been discussed. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Practical English Usage, Michael Swan, Oxford University Press

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You get up or wake up in the morning? Some learners say ‘get up’ but they mean ‘wake up’, and vice versa. But in fact, there is a minute difference between these two phrases. In this lesson, it’s been discussed. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Practical English Usage, Michael Swan, Oxford University Press

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Many learners ask the question, “What is the difference between by and near?” We know that BY and NEAR- both the words mean closeness. But in fact, there is a minute difference between these two. In this lesson, it’s been discussed. All the information, explanations and examples credit: Practical English Usage, Michael Swan, Oxford University […]

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