EVEN

The following is a mini-tutorial on the various uses of the word “even.” After you have studied the tutorial, complete the associated exercises. If you already know how to use “even,” you can skip the explanation and go directly to the exercises. USE When a strong statement is made, the statement is often followed with […]

Verb Tenses – Info graphics

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Difference Between Been and Gone

Been vs Gone “Been” and “gone” both are used in the present perfect tense. For example, She has gone to school. She has been to America. Though they belong to the same tense, their use is different from each other. They are used in different contexts and cannot be used in each other’s place. Many […]

Cold or Flu?

Cold or Flu? How to Know Which One You Have Your nose is stuffy, your throat is scratchy, and your head is pounding. Is it a cold or the seasonal flu? Symptoms can overlap, so unless your doctor runs a rapid flu test – a quick check done with a cotton swab from the back […]

Don’t Blame Technology, Blame Yourself

Don’t Blame Technology, Blame Yourself By Jeffrey A. Tucker Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Free Enterprise An older woman and her middle-aged son were at a public restaurant for Thanksgiving. He spent the whole of the dinner flipping through his phone, without uttering a word. She did her best to maintain her dignity while looking past […]

Is the supremacy of English a bad thing?

Is the supremacy of English a bad thing? Barry Farber If you can read this, you’re the fortunate recipient of a valuable gift. No, the valuable gift is not merely that you’re literate. It’s that you’re literate in English! The English language is the leading language of planet Earth. When the Egyptian general and the […]