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What do dogs, horses and light bulbs have in common? They are “countable nouns.” This infographic explores countable and uncountable nouns.

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Countable Nouns

Most nouns offer few problems when counting them.

3 cowboys

120 cows

2 chuck wagons

When exact numbers are not known, use “many” and “few.” These are called “quantifiers.”

“There were many cows.”

“I saw few cowboys.”

Quantifiers change depending on the need. For comparison is the “comparative” form. The “superlative” form shows the greatest or least and follows “the.”

Many cows — more cows — the most cows

“Bob has many cows but Bill has more cows. Frank has th…

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Phrasals are phfun! These little nuggets have no rules and simply develop through use within the English language. Here are eight phrasal verbs based on movement.

What is a Phrasal Verb?

“Phrasal verbs” are small phrases composed of a verb and adverb or preposition. The meaning of a phr…

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In English, different situations call for different styles. While letters sent to a sibling are in an informal style, resumés require more formal English.

It is important to remember who you are addressing and what you are writing because this sets the tone. If writing to a Biology professor, th…

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Some idioms have an international flavor; this infographic explains ten of them.

 

1. “It’s All Greek to Me”

“I can’t understand any of it.”

“Don’t ask me for help with your…

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