Basic English Grammar Terms

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Important Grammar Terms In English Verb, Noun, Adjective, Adverb, etc. When you study English, it’s a good idea to know some basic grammar terminology. These are good to know when you need to explain something, but you don’t know a particular word. In addition, knowing this vocabulary will help you communicate smoothly with your English teacher. For each of the …

On YouTube! Verbs & Prepositions: SURPRISED Plus Prepositions – English Vocabulary Word Lesson

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New on YouTube! Today is Part 13 in my series of lessons to help you increase and remember vocabulary. This month, we are looking at verb and preposition combinations. Today, we are going to study all of the prepositions we can use with the verb, WORK. Click the CC button to see the subtitles and download the transcript of the …

On YouTube! Verbs & Prepositions: WORK Plus Prepositions – English Vocabulary Word Lesson

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New on YouTube! Today is Part 12 in my series of lessons to help you increase and remember vocabulary. This month, we are looking at verb and preposition combinations. Today, we are going to study all of the prepositions we can use with the verb, WORK. Click the CC button to see the subtitles and download the transcript of the …

On YouTube! Verbs & Prepositions – Tired From & Tired Of English Vocabulary Word Lesson

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New on Youtube! Today is Part 11 in my series of lessons to help you increase and remember vocabulary. Starting this lesson, we will look at verb and preposition combinations. Today, we are going to study tired from and tired of. Click the CC button to see the subtitles and download the transcript of the examples below. Are you ready? …

YouTube English Lesson – Using WOULD

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New Youtube English Lesson! A lot of people on YouTube and on Instagram have been asking me about using WOULD. That’s a really great question, so for today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you 11 different ways we use the modal verb, WOULD. Let’s check it out! Click the CC button to see the subtitles if you would like …

SO vs. SUCH – English Grammar Lesson

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SO vs. SUCH We use so followed by an adjective: – It’s so cold today. We use such followed by a noun or a noun phrase: – He’s such a gentleman. – It’s such a cold day. If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with …