The Question: Is Italian Hard to Learn?
Fortunately, mastering some of the vocabulary and grammar of Italian may not be too challenging for English speakers.
Italian or French? Do You Know What the Easiest Language to Learn Is?
Learning French is not challenging, especially for those who are proficient in English.
Top 10 English Phrases to Expand Your Valentine’s Day Vocabulary
Here are ten sweet phrases, verbs, and nouns for Valentine’s Day to help you express your love in English.
Detailed Explanation of the Past Continuous Tense
We use it to describe previous actions that continued, as opposed to the simple past tense.
Spelling Tips: “Labelled” or “Labeled”?
“Label” is pronounced with only one letter, “l,” in American English. The preferred forms in Canada, Britain, and other English dialects from outside of North America are “labelled” and “labelling,” with an extra “l.”
Who’s vs. Whose: How to Use Each Correctly
“Whose” is the relative pronoun to ask to whom something belongs, and “who’s” is a shortened form of “who is.”
The Simple Past Tense With Examples
Past Simple Tense is another “simple” tense, which means that in the affirmative form, we have only the main verb with a suffix, and in the interrogative and negative, the auxiliary verb “to do.”
Everything You Need to Know About Present Continuous
The Present Continuous Tense denotes an action occurring right now (in the present). This tense is sometimes called the Present Progressive Tense because the action is implied in the process.