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The Present Simple Tense – Use
1: We use the present simple when something is generally or always true. People need food. It snows in winter here. Two and two make four. 2: Similarly, we need
‘S GENITIVE / POSSESSIVE IN ENGLISH
The Saxon Genitive is one of the main forms we use to express possession in English. It’s something that many people have heard of but perhaps find it a little
These common idioms are for speaking rather than writing. Common Idioms List SET 1 Common Idioms Definitions It cost me an arm and a leg to take my trip to
Prepositions of Location
Prepositions of Location above — at a higher level (see “over”) “The plane flew above the clouds.” below — at a lower level (see “under”) “The divers went 100 feet below
Comparatives and Superlatives – Intermediary
Choosing between comparatives and superlatives – Intermediate Level Comparing two people, places, things, etc. My car is a bit older than yours. London is more expensive than Edinburgh. This test
(a) little and (a) few
(a) little and (a) few 1 uncountable and plural We use the determiner (a) little with singular (usually uncountable) words, and we use (a) few with plurals. Compare: I have little interest in politics. Few politicians