Hard vs Hardly – Adjective & Adverb English Lesson

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I hope you like the video…if you do, please take a minute and subscribe to my YouTube Channel! Here is the text version of this lesson: Many adjectives become an adverb by adding ly and the meaning basically stays the same: Tommy is a quick runner….He runs quickly Tomoko is a beautiful dancer….She dances beautifully. Jack is a slow worker….He …

Confusing English Vocabulary – SO Vs. SUCH

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A lot of students have trouble with “so” and “such.” These words have similar meanings, so it is easy go mix them up. However, “so” and “such” are used differently, with totally different grammar. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how to use “so” and “such.” Check it out! If you know anyone who might be interested …

Still vs. Yet – English Grammar Lesson

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For today’s English lesson, lets look at the difference between using still and yet We use still when we want to show that some situation started in the past and continues to now. Like most adverbs, still comes before the main verb of a sentence and after the be verb. You can use still in positive sentences, negative sentences, and …