Vocabulary

Who’s vs. Whose - Proper Examples with Sentences

Possessives are written with ‘s stuck at the end of nouns - Henry’s cat, Rebel’s bag, Logan’s

Their vs. There

Their is used to determine the possessor of something while There is most commonly used to indicate something

Choose vs. Chose

Choose and Chose have one letter difference in spelling but they differ greatly in meaning.

Principal vs Principle - Know the Differences

Principle means the core concepts or values on which morals, ethics, behaviors and beliefs are founded

Insure vs Ensure - When to Use Them

Insure is a verb that refers to arranging compensations in advance for if and when there comes any damage

Ways to say Congratulations

When someone does a great job at something, it definitely begets some appreciation and we cannot but

Ways to say - I am busy

It is an everyday verse to say 'I am busy' but having a broad vocabulary can do wonders when it comes

Ways to Say Goodbye

Bidding someone goodbye does not always have to sound exactly the same.

Other ways to say Interesting

There are more than one ways to express that something is interesting in one language. Having a broad

Other Ways to Say Because

We often look to remove the monotony from our everyday language use. Knowing a good number of synonyms

Advanced Personality Adjectives In English

Advanced adjectives are a set of adjectives that are advanced in nature in the sense that they are used

Whether or Wether – Differences with Examples

Wether is a Noun that is used to identify a male sheep or ram that has been castrated before reaching

Collocations: Definition and Types

Collocation indicates two or more words and word clusters that tend to pop up side by side more often

Synonyms and Antonyms to Enrich Vocabulary

Synonyms and antonyms can help enrich the vocabulary of the language learner in a quick pace if they

Learn New Words With Vocabulary Tree

Vocabulary tree is a visual organizer to learn/teach new words in a language.

How to Learn New Words and Does it Make You Smarter for Real?

By adopting the right method, it is not very hard to learn new words. Notice

Vocabulary - A Complete Guide to Improve your Word Memory

A vocabulary list is an irreplaceable tool for learning new vocabulary in bunches. Listing a set number

Frequently Confused Expressions in English

While learning English, non-native speakers suffer from confusion with closely pronounced words and nearly

'NICE' is not 'nice' ANYMORE: Anatomy of the word 'nice'

Nice had originally a negative meaning. It started coming to use with Latin nescius meaning ignorant.

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