Who and Whom Although the making of case was lost in the English nominal system nearly 1,000 years ago, one still distinguishes between subjective and objective case in the pronominal system: “I” vs “me”, “he” vs “him”, “she” vs “her” … Only the second-person “you” has just one form. So it might seem logical that […]
Do you really have to learn Grammar? you have only two points to remember. The first point is the structure and the second is how or why do we use this ..
Similar to certain verbs and nouns, many adjectives are typically followed by a particular preposition. The advertisement below contains a number of common “adjectives + prepositions” pairs: Are you bored with your job and eager for a change? I’m disappointed with my career. I’m interested in learning new languages. I’m worried about what the future […]
We use the inversion to refine our language and make our phrases more stylistic and formal. We use it mostly for writing language. Expressions used with the inversion : Not only, no sooner, never, only after, only later, not since, nowhere .. Examples : Not only does he play tennis but he also plays squash. […]
In this lesson, you will learn about making predictions using : Will + Adverb / Adverb + Won’t / May / May not / Might / Might Not / Could / Or Likely to Will + Adverb / Adverb + Won’t They probably won’t be there on time. We will definitely lose the game this […]
Whether you are dealing with fiction, poetry, or nonfiction literature, use the present tense (also called the literary present tense or historical Present) to discuss the actions and thoughts presented in the text. Do this because literature exists as a present phenomenon regardless of whether or not its author is alive. Here are some […]