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Quantifiers with un/countables

  • August 17, 2016
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Good morning/afternoon/evening! Again we revise and learn the useful rules for almost every day. We haven’t discussed the two subjects yet: the comparative and the superlative forms, and the quantifiers in detail. That was one of the topics about countable and uncountable. There are a few quantifiers to be all adrift. Today we’re going to revise…

Countable/Uncountable or Proper/Common?

  • August 11, 2016
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We have already spoken about the noun. Today we’ll discuss count of the nouns: the countable, and uncountable, and all their measurement.  Additionally, we’ll review the proper and common ones. As mentioned in my previous post, the difference between countable and uncountable is easy: either you can count the exact quantity or not (one table, but some sugar)….

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…

New: 10 Tips to Improve Your Grammar [infographic]

  • July 7, 2016
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Before I was writing about the importance of correct grammar in cards, letters, and so on. Unfortunately, I find more grammar and vocabulary mistakes everywhere on the Internet. The essential goal of the correct writing and speech is to exchange the information with other speakers. Today I’ve read a quotation about the similar situation by…

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