How to Change Degree (comparative & superlative) in English.

How do you compare one thing to another in English? What if you want to explain how something is better than all the rest? In English, this is pretty easy to do. We call a word which compares the properties of two things “the comparative”. If we want to talk about how something is the best of all, we call that “the superlative”.

How to Use Modal Verbs (should, would, could) in English.

“Modals verbs” are a class of verbs used to express ideas like intention, likelihood, ability, or to give advice. You can call them helper verbs. They always appear with a main verb. English has nine of them: can, could, will, would, shall, should, may, might, must.

Practical English Usage – The Best No-Nonsense Grammar for English Learners

Practical English Usage by Michael Swan is the best modern example I have seen of this kind of book. The book is split into two sections; one covers common English grammar points and the other covers English vocabulary. Explanations are clear, easy to understand, and written with learners in mind.

An Introduction to Conjunctions

Most simply, a conjunction is a word which joins together words, phrases, or sentences. In English, the most commonly seen conjunction is ‘and’. Alice and Bob three pencils and five erases The girl sings, and the boy listens. This type of conjunction is called a coordinating conjunction. The function of which is to take two … Read more

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