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Are there any feminine or masculine nouns in English?

  • November 14, 2016
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Good Grammar Day! As always, I start a new grammar or vocabulary class after some questions of my students. Thank you so much for your help and hints for new grammar or teaching tips! My students have recently asked me: “where are the ‘gendered definitions’ in the English language?” For the native speakers’ information: there…

Learning is a marathon, so run it!

  • November 2, 2016
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Recently my students asked me to give them more praxis after each grammar post. Starting from today, we’re going revise something old and learn something new from the English language grammar. You shouldn’t be afraid of lots of exercises I’m going to offer to you! I hope it’s going to be fun and helpful. This…

Adjective: Comparative and Superlative

  • September 9, 2016
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Good grammar day! Yesterday you did your homework on the order of the adjectives in the sentence. Today we continue our step-by-step learning process to plug in deeper into this subject. I wouldn’t like you to become lazy, and I’m sorry about that. But I won’t give you the answers for the easy home tasks…

Countable Mistakes! Ooops, I did it again ;)

  • August 3, 2016
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We continue our work today. We should try to do the accounting calculation of the countable and uncountable nouns. It may seem impossible, still we can do it. We choose “some” to speak about both countable and uncountable when we don’t name the exact quantity. The quantity should be plural at least. We use “any” when…

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