Using much and many is very confusing. Many Americans are confused too! We will learn how and when to use each word correctly. Grammar Things can be counted. We call them Countable Nouns. Examples: students, books, pencils, dogs, flowers, kites, bananas, cars, apples, teachers, and etc. Things cannot be counted. We call them Uncountable Nouns. […]
Using some and any can be confusing! It is not difficult to learn how and when to use them. The rules are simple, see below. It just takes practice to use some and any correctly. Grammar Things can be counted. We call them Countable Nouns. Examples: students, books, pencils, dogs, flowers, kites, bananas, cars, apples, teachers, […]
Place question marks and exclamation points inside quotation marks if they are part of the quotation. Place question marks and exclamation points outside the quotation marks if they pertain to more than the quotation.Examples: Jim asked, “Where are you…
(Exercises to do) If there is a base form of a verb after “will”, such as “cook”, “bake”, “play”, “talk” indicating action, then just use the subject with “will”. If “will” is not followed by an action but by a noun or an adjective, then use “will be”. Try the following exercises. Use a contraction […]
Read the sentences to yourself. Decide which of the homophones will correctly complete the sentence. Click on the correct answer. Click submit when you are finished. Your test will be graded for you!!! via Homophones Quiz – Testing for Homophone meanings.
May called her mom. Her mom lived in China. China was far away. Her mom was 50 years old. Her mom had many friends. But she missed her daughter. May lived in America. She was a waitress. She was a waitress in a restaurant. It was a Chinese restaurant. “Guess what, Mama?” May asked. “I […]
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