The English Language
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A lesson on comparison of adjectives where we take a detailed look at the comparative and superlative forms of the adjective and how to go about forming the comparison of adjectives
The English language comprises many literary devices that add richness and life to phrases and expressions. In our daily lives we encounter literary devices in poems, stories, newspapers, plays, songs, movies and even...
Which do you use? Site, cite, or sight? How about their, they're and there? So many words and so many choices. Check out this fun guide to help you never forget which one to use.
Here are very the vital things that examiners focus their attention on when marking English Language compositions or essays. This is a must-read for every student learning English Language.
The English are very keen on their boundaries, marking out their land and ownership, which has given rise to many idioms and expressions relating to fences, ditches, boundaries and walls. Good for ESL
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