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Getting to grips with Phrasal Verbs

Getting to grips with Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is the combination of mostly two words, they are made up of a verb and a particle or, sometimes, two particles.

Lyndsey Whittle
Lyndsey Whittle
English
A guide to spelling: separate vs. seperate

A guide to spelling: separate vs. seperate

One of the English language’s most notoriously difficult words, separate has caused mistakes in spelling bees throughout the ages. It tends to trip up even native speakers more than most words do.

Cecilia Gigliotti
Cecilia Gigliotti
English
Prepositions of place

Prepositions of place

“prepositions of place” can always be quite tricky for learners, but is there any wonder when Americans often use prepositions of place in the incorrect manner?

Lyndsey Whittle
Lyndsey Whittle
English
The differences between “How are you doing?” and “How are you?”

The differences between “How are you doing?” and “How are you?”

The two phrases typically sound the same. But do you know that there’s a significant difference between “how are you?” and “how are you doing?”

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
English
How to use former vs. latter

How to use former vs. latter

The good news for those who learn English is that these words do usually come in a pair. If you use one, the cases in which you would not then use the other are rare to nonexistent.

Cecilia Gigliotti
Cecilia Gigliotti
English
Nerve-wracking or nerve-racking — Which spelling is correct?

Nerve-wracking or nerve-racking — Which spelling is correct?

Nerve-wracking and nerve-racking are two very similar-looking words. But are there any differences between them both?

Aneeca Younas
Aneeca Younas
English
How to decide whether to use is or are

How to decide whether to use is or are

Applying the verb to different subjects and objects might cause confusion, especially when referring to a plurality. Here is a guide to help you determine whether to use are or is.

Cecilia Gigliotti
Cecilia Gigliotti
English
Irregular plural nouns – Rules to help you form the plural

Irregular plural nouns – Rules to help you form the plural

Certain words don’t follow the general plural noun rules, which are adding an –s or –es at the end of the noun, and these are called irregular plural nouns.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
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