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In this comprehensive guide, I’ll break down the essentials of English grammar and provide you with tips and resources to help you become a grammar pro.


For ESL (English as a Second Language) learners, mastering pronunciation is not just about speaking clearly; it’s about confidence and effective communication.


In this section, we will explore the rich and diverse world of English vocabulary, equipping you with the words and phrases you need to express yourself accurately and confidently. Divided into specific pages to help whether you’re a beginner looking to master basic terms or an advanced learner.


Test your knowledge of English with more than 50 interactive quizzes on a variety of grammar and vocabulary topics.


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VOCABULARY – Living Room Furniture

The living room is one of the most important spaces in a home. It’s where families gather, guests are entertained, and relaxation happens. Knowing the vocabulary for common living-room furniture can help you describe your space accurately, whether you’re decorating, moving, or simply talking about your home. This post will introduce you to essential living-room …

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GRAMMAR – Still vs. Yet vs. Already

“Still,” “yet,” and “already” are commonly used adverbs in English that can sometimes be confusing. They help indicate time and the progression of events, but each has its own specific use and nuance. This guide will explain the differences between these three words, complete with definitions and examples to clarify their correct usage. STILL Definition: …

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Possessive Adjectives vs. Possessive Pronouns

It’s easy to confuse these two sets of words because they are very similar but perform different functions. Possessive Adjectives Definition: Possessive adjectives are words that modify nouns to show possession or ownership. List of Possessive Adjectives: Examples: Usage: Possessive Pronouns Definition: Possessive pronouns are words that replace nouns to indicate ownership or possession directly. …

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CONFUSING WORDS – Accept vs. Except

“Accept” and “except” are two commonly confused words in English due to their similar pronunciation, but they have different meanings and uses. Accept Definition: To receive or agree to something willingly. Part of Speech: Verb Examples: Usage: Use “accept” when talking about agreeing to take something that is offered or recognizing something as true. Except …

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Prepositions of Movement

Prepositions of movement describe the direction or movement of someone or something. They are crucial for providing clarity in communication. Let’s explore some common prepositions of movement and how to use them effectively. This graphic shows some of the more common prepositions of movement. Look below for definitions and examples. 1. Up Definition: Moving from …

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PHRASAL VERBS with “put”

A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and an adverb or preposition, for example ‘look up’ or ‘look after’, which together have a particular meaning which is different from the verb alone. Here are the definitions and examples for each of the phrasal verbs listed: 1. Put away– Definition: To place something in its appropriate location; to …

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The difference between “to me” and “for me” mainly revolves around their usage in sentences and the nuances they convey. Here’s a breakdown: “To me” Examples: “For me” Examples: Comparing the Two Combined Use Sometimes, sentences can use both “to me” and “for me,” emphasizing different aspects: Understanding the difference between “to me” and “for …

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PHRASAL VERBS with “throw”

A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and an adverb or preposition, for example ‘look up’ or ‘look after’, which together have a particular meaning which is different from the verb alone. Phrasal verbs with “throw” have a range of meanings depending on the preposition or adverb they are paired with. Here are the definitions and examples …

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IDIOM OF THE DAY – “to make ends meet”

Idioms are expressions whose meanings are different from the individual words and therefore aren’t meant to be taken literally. They exist in most languages and are usually the result of usage over a long period of time. If you have any questions or doubts, please ask in the comments or send me a private message. …

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GRAMMAR – Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Countable and uncountable nouns are two categories used to classify nouns based on whether they can be counted or not. Countable Nouns:Countable nouns refer to objects or entities that can be counted as discrete units.They have both singular and plural forms.They can be preceded by numbers (one, two, three, etc.) and quantifying words (a, an, …

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