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VOCABULARY – Internet Abbreviations (with definitions)

VOCABULARY – Internet Abbreviations (with definitions) Our social media shorthand is amazingly extensive. We have acronyms and abbreviations for the way that we chat back and forth with one another. Here are some that seem to appear quite often. AFAIK – As far as I know b/c, bc – Because B4 – Before BAE – …

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VOCABULARY – Irregular Plural Nouns

VOCABULARY – Irregular Plural Nouns Most nouns in English are made plural by adding an ‘s’ to the singular form. But there are some exceptions. Here are a few of the more common ones. The plural of person is people. The plural of foot is feet. The plural of tooth is teeth. The plural of …

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GRAMMAR – PHRASAL VERBS & HEALTH

GRAMMAR – PHRASAL VERBS & HEALTH Pass away [die] Uncle Joe passed away last night. Pass out [faint] He passed out from exhaustion. Run over [hit by a car] She was run over by the bus. Get over [recover] He got over his flu quickly. Break out [start suddenly] She broke out in a rash. …

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GRAMMAR – MAYBE vs MAY BE

MAYBE vs MAY BE Even though the two words contain the same letters, the space between those letters makes a difference because maybe is an adverb while may be is a verb. As such, their definitions are different and one can never be used in the place of the other. Look: MAYBE IS AN ADVERB …

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GRAMMAR – Telling the Time

GRAMMAR – Telling the Time There are two ways to tell the time in English. The TRADITIONAL British way and the NEWER American way. In the traditional British way, we say the minutes, or portion of an hour (quarter or half), followed by a preposition (past, or to) and then the hour. The US method …

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