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The modal verb should is used every day in English. We use it to refer to the present, past, and future. In this lesson, I focus on how ..read more
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Suffixes are additions to words that change the original word’s meaning or function. In this lesson, we will look at seven suffixes that ..read more
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That is one of the most common words in English. You already know this word, but you probably don’t know its wide variety of uses. In ..read more
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Are you 100% certain when to use I and when to use me in English? Which one is a subject pronoun and which one is an object pronoun? Watch ..read more
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Homophones are words that are spelled differently but sound exactly the same. For example, “the red book” and “the read book” sound ..read more
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DON’T MAKE THIS MISTAKE! Using the apostrophe incorrectly is a mistake that even native English speakers make frequently, but you shouldn ..read more
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I will teach you how to use so and neither to show you agree with or have had the same experience as someone. For example, if your friend ..read more
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Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation but are written differently. To understand the meaning of the word, you need to rely ..read more
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Do you know how to turn positive words into negative words? It’s easy when you know your negative prefixes, which is the focus of this ..read more
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Exceptions, exceptions, exceptions… AAAAH!!! Don’t you hate them? We have so many exceptions in English. In this lesson, I’ll talk ..read more

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