How To Use The Pronoun IT

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IT is a pronoun that represents, things, objects, animals, plants…basically IT can be used to represent anything except people. IT is an interesting little word in English because that word has a number of uses. Do you know how to use IT? Take a look at the paragraph below and then check out today’s lesson: It’s such a nice day today. It’s …

Learn The Difference Between LET And MAKE: Causative Grammar in English

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What’s the difference between LET and MAKE? For example, should I say MAKE someone do something or LET someone do something? This question can be answered by the study of causative grammar. Causative grammar in English is used to show that one person causes or enables another person to do something. MAKE and LET are two verbs that can be …

THERE IS / THERE ARE – English Grammar Lesson

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Check out this short paragraph: New York is a great city. There is so much to do and see here. There are great restaurants, museums, and sightseeing spots like the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. If you haven’t come to New York yet, please come and check it out. If you take another look at the paragraph …

The Basics of Modal Verbs – One-Point Grammar Lesson

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What is a modal verb? That’s a great question. Essentially, modal verbs are used before the main verb of a sentence in order to show necessity or possibility. Let’s look at the basics here in this one-point lesson. Must shows the strongest form of necessity and usually that necessity comes from a law. When you travel overseas, you must have …