Abbreviations, short-cuts and other mysterious collections of letters. What do they all mean? How and where are they used?
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.
Figurative language for anger. Idioms are phrases or figures of speech. An idiom is a form of figurative language that stands for something else. It is an expression. Idioms are especially difficult for foreigners of...
A tongue in cheek guide to speaking with young people so hang on to your snood and get real.
This lesson on the types of adverbs, takes a detailed look at the various kinds of adverbs in the English language. There are also simple examples to enable you understand the lesson very well.
In grammar, an object is a noun, pronoun or a group of words, which receives the action of the verb. For example, in He hit the ball the word ball is an object of the sentence, while the pronoun He is
What is the difference between a simile and a metaphor? A simile is actually a type of metaphor. This hub explains the similarities and differences between metaphors and similes.
If you've ever mistaken these words, you are not alone. I was a guilty party, although I knew their meanings. I decided to do a little research and find out why they are so commonly mistaken for each other.
APA style has specific formats for referencing a journal article with multiple authors for your References page. In this special Hub, I will show you the different formats for referencing a journal article with up to...
A red herring and a fine or pretty kettle of fish are idioms with an interesting history and background. There is a literal or logical explanation for each one.