Category: GRAMMAR

GRAMMAR – Collocations with GO

GRAMMAR – Collocations with GO Native English speakers use the word GO almost daily. Try using some of these collocations in your everyday speech and learn how it can go into virtually any sentence. Can you think of any other collocations using the word go? Let us know with a comment! GO shopping GO dancing …

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VOCABULARY – Expressions of Time

VOCABULARY – Expressions of Time IN THE PAST Yesterday Yesterday morning Yesterday afternoon Yesterday evening Last night Last Monday Last week Last month Last year Two weeks ago Three months ago Four years ago A long time ago In June In 2007 In winter In May 2019 When you arrived   IN THE PRESENT Now …

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GRAMMAR -ILLICIT vs ELICIT

GRAMMAR -ILLICIT vs ELICIT ILLICIT is an adjective that’s used to talk about things people aren’t supposed to do because they are illegal. EXAMPLES He is credited with taking a number of illegal firearms and illicit drugs off the streets. Silk Road is a dark web bazaar where users could buy and sell drugs and …

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GRAMMAR – MIGRATE vs EMIGRATE vs IMMIGRATE

GRAMMAR – MIGRATE vs EMIGRATE vs IMMIGRATE MIGRATE means to MOVE from one place to go and live in another. EXAMPLES: Many Easterners migrated west during the California gold rush. Many New Yorkers migrate to Florida for the winter.   EMIGRATE means to LEAVE one’s home country to go and live in another. EXAMPLES: My …

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GRAMMAR – AT THE END vs IN THE END

GRAMMAR – AT THE END vs IN THE END Simply put, at the end refers to a specific time or location, and in the end is an idiomatic phrase that means “finally,” “after a long time,” or, “all things considered.” At the end of the day, we went home. (specific time) We scored a goal …

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