An indirect object is really a prepositional phrase in which the preposition to or for is not stated but understood. It tells to whom or for whom something is done. The indirect object always comes between the verb and the direct object. Example: She g…
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 […]
“How now, brown cow?”
Do you notice anything interesting about that silly question?
That’s right—all the words have the same “ow” sound.
Practicing that sentence is just one of many ways to learn English vowel sounds!
These are the verbs that are used the most in English. Each verb is a link to full conjugation and use. Most popular Verbs you should know go remember be […]
Read the following sentences and state whether the pronouns are emphatic or reflexive. Who painted this portrait? I did it myself. I myself went to the post office to post […]