& The Magic Number of Threes Now you’ll be learning how to use commas in a list. You can choose to use commas in the American style or in the British style. Americans usually use this format: Apples, pears, and cherries. British format omits (deletes) the last comma before the “and:’ Apples, pears and cherries.… Continue reading Use of Commas in a List
persevere (verb) – to continue an action even if there is little hope that it will succeed or when things are difficult. persevering (adjective) – continuing an action even if there is little hope that it will succeed or when things are difficult. perseveringly (adverb) – continuing an action even if there is little hope… Continue reading Word to the Wise: persevere
Undernchiever has some tips to perk you up: That’s enough for one day, don’t you think?
Want to read a beautiful poem? Yes, let’s. The Voice by Thomas Hardy WOMAN much missed, how you call to me, call to me, Saying that now you are not as you were When you had changed from the one who was all to me, But as at first, when our day was fair. Can it… Continue reading Line by Line Analyis of The Voice – by Thomas Hardy
clef (noun) [pronounce: klef, with the e like in elephant] – the symbol in music that you find at the beginning of a musical piece (written music) Examples of how you can use clef: The G clef at the beginning of the staff indicates that this musical piece is not for bass guitar, but for… Continue reading Word to the Wise: clef
About the Definite Article (The) Yesterday there was an interesting question on Reddit. I hope you’re all following this great forum website, where there are lovely people to talk with about all kinds of interesting subjects. The sub-Reddits that you’d want to follow are called Grammar and English Learning. English Learning isn’t very busy, so… Continue reading When to Use The with People (Definite Article)
A __________ for something – Have a special talent. Choose the right answer: nose mouth ear leg scroll down for the answer scroll some more The right answer is: nose Here is an example of how you can use have a nose for something:… Continue reading Instant Idiom: A ________ for something