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Beth Taylor

Beth Taylor

Hello! My name is Beth. I'm from France. I'm a French and English native speaker and I really like writing.

Is “Hanged” or “Hung” the Past Tense of the Verb to Hang?

Is “Hanged” or “Hung” the Past Tense of the Verb to Hang?

English irregular verbs are challenging at the best times, with seemingly no logic and very few rules to follow. One prime example of this is the verb “to hang.”

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
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When to use “Leery” or “Wary,” and what’s the difference between them?

When to use “Leery” or “Wary,” and what’s the difference between them?

Leery is an adjective used to show that someone or something is cautious or wary of another person or thing.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
How to use “continually” vs. “continuously” with example sentences

How to use “continually” vs. “continuously” with example sentences

The words continually and continuously are very similar, and yet have slight nuances that many people are not aware of. In fact, these two terms cannot be used interchangeably.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
LMAO meaning in text messages and online

LMAO meaning in text messages and online

Have you ever received a message from a friend or acquaintance that simply read “lmao”? This 4-letter abbreviation means “laughing my ass off.”

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
Who was “the face that launched a thousand ships” and why?

Who was “the face that launched a thousand ships” and why?

Nowadays, we might use this quote to say that a woman is stunningly beautiful, just like Helen of Troy.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
When and how to use the first, second, and third person with examples

When and how to use the first, second, and third person with examples

The first, second, and third person are different grammatical perspectives. These points of view help distinguish between the speaker, addressee, and others.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
Understanding what an em dash is and when to use it

Understanding what an em dash is and when to use it

The em dash is used when you want a strong break in a sentence. Instead of commas, colons/semicolons and parentheses are often used.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
How to use Fiancé vs. Fiancée to talk about your soon-to-be spouse

How to use Fiancé vs. Fiancée to talk about your soon-to-be spouse

Fiancé and fiancée can refer to the person you are going to marry or yourself if you are engaged. So, what’s the difference between the two spellings?

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
Milena Lazova

I'm an ESL teacher with over 7 years of experience in providing original content. I really like writing educational articles which may help others learn some aspects of English.

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