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Question tags in the simple past

You do remember how to use question tags, don’t you? Let’s take a quick look at some questions tags asking for confirmation in the present. For example: You like him, don’t you? You don’t eat fish, ...

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5 Difficult sounds in English

Following on from our recently published blog on “introduction to phonetics”, in today’s article, we are going to talk about some of the most difficult sounds in English. However, it’s important to note that these ...

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Irregular verbs in English

We covered regular verbs in the previous unit, unit 66. So, today we are going to move forward and learn all about irregular verbs and how to use them correctly in English. Irregular verbs do ...

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How to speak like a Southerner

Do you wish you could speak like Scarlett O’Hara or John Wayne? We’re going to review some common expressions and differences in pronunciation of a Southern accent. It’s important to note that there are a ...

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7 tips to concentrate on studying

You feel it’s a good day when you get yourself started with studying; so, you sit down and start reading your notes and try to get some exercises done. Unexpectedly your phone vibrates as your ...

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5 habits of the eternal student

We all know that everyone is different and therefore, we all have different study habits. Some people study better at night, others early in the morning, with or without music, in the library, in the park… ...

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Adverbs of Manner

We are going to look at adverbs of manner today. You may remember that adjectives are used to describe nouns. However, adverbs are used to describe verbs or rather, to say how something happens, or ...

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