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Either and Neither, Or and Nor

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Either and Neither, Or and Nor The English words either and neither can cause some problems for native and non-native speakers of English. Sometimes you can use either one and sometimes you have to

Either and Neither

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Either and Neither We use 'either + a singular noun' to mean 'this one or that one' when we are talking about two things of the same kind (like two

Protected: Present Perfect – Listening Conversation

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Grammar – Verbal Tenses – Form

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BASIC GRAMMAR

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Curriculum Basic Grammar 01 Grammar Explanations How to make the verb tenses Tenses Forms Cheatsheet Present Simple Form Present Continuous Form Present Perfect Simple Form Present Perfect Continuous Form Past

Elementary – Jobs_01 A Hairdresser

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Beginner A1

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Beginner_A1 Book a lesson now! or Click Here to continue your self study for free Watch, listen and repeat! Watch the video Learning with visuals is proved to be the

“LIKE” – several meanings and uses

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Like     Grammar  > Like Like has a number of meanings and uses.   Like as a verb meaning ‘enjoy’ We use like to talk about things or people which we enjoy or feel positive

Nouns. Singular and Plural. Collective Nouns

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Nouns: - singular and plural. Collective Nouns Grammar - INTERMEDIATE > Nouns Nouns used only in the singular Some nouns are used only in the singular, even though they end

While/Whilst, When, Whereas

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How to use WHILE/WHILST, WHEN, WHEREAS While or whilst? While and whilst mean the same when we use them as conjunctions. They both mean ‘during the time that something else happens’, or ‘in contrast with something