By Jacqueline SchaaljeTom Coates I’ve put some old quizzes on the website about adverbs and adjectives, which you can do here and here. In case you need the explanations, start reading here. In this article we’ll clear up when you should use well instead of good, and some more things. First I have a question.… Continue reading You Look Well, Babe. Adverbs: well, good, badly, etc.
An adjective describes a noun. Nouns are words that denote things, people, concepts etc. Examples of nouns are: tree, pianist, teapot, man, woman, telephone, luck, happiness, etc. So an adjective is the word that describes this thing, person or concept. The Place of the Adjective Often, the adjective will come before the noun, but it… Continue reading Adjective or Adverb? – The difference between beautiful teapot and drawing a teapot beautifully
By Olga Koliichuk There are some problems with LESS and FEWER. Let’s make their meanings and usage clear. LESS is a comparative degree of LITTLE. Little is used with uncountable nouns (objects that you cannot count): time, love, flour, meat, money, etc. Examples: I received less love than my brother. Now there is less… Continue reading The Less Money you Spend the More You Save – Less or Fewer
Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy How to Compare Things By Olga Koliichuk We sometimes want to compare things. If you compare two houses you say: “This house is bigger than that one”. You can see that the word big has some changes now. There is er at the… Continue reading Comparisons for Beginners