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 …

Before, After, Without + VerbING – English Grammar Lesson

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After the prepositions before, after, and without, we use the VerbING, like this: Please put your dish in the sink after eating. I always have a lot of energy after exercising. Before eating something, please wash your hands. Make sure you have your passport before leaving for the airport. If you go outside without drying your hair, you may catch …

Convenient vs. Convenience – Confusing English Vocabulary

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Most people like to live in a city because of the convenience. Everything is close by; shopping, dining, and transportation. The convenient bus and subway systems make getting around easy. And no matter where you are in the city, you are usually never far from a deli or convenience store. A lot of people get confused between convenient and convenience, …