Grammar

What are crutch words?

A crutch is a stick you put under your arm to help you walk if you have injured your leg. Basically, a crutch is something you use for support, but you don’t have to have had an injury to use a crutch word. When we want to give ourselves more time to think or to emphasize a point, ...
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What are compound words?

Joining two or more small words togther to make a new larger one is how compound words are made. Three types of compound word When compound words have spaces between them they are called open compound nouns: child care, work day, and time saver. When compound words are joined with no space they are called closed compound words:skateboard, football and airport. ...
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انواع صداها در زبان انگلیسی

The sounds we make صداهایی که تولید می کنیم در این نوشته صداهایی که تولید می کنیم به زبان انگلیسی مشاهده می کنید : Sneeze → عطسه کردن Cough →سرفه کردن Snore→ خر و پف کردن Moan →ناله کردن Growl→ غر غر کردن Murmur→ زمزمه کردن Mumble→زیر لب چیزی گفتن، من من کردن Whisper→ پچ پچ کردن ...
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Well or Good?

What’s the difference between well and good? Basically, use good to describe a thing and use well to describe an activity. Good is an adjective Use good to describe a noun. You smell good. I like your perfume. (good describes the noun you) This is a good song. What a good boy. You speak good English. Well is an adverb Use ...
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8 Parts of Speech

The eight parts of speech are: Verbs Play, run, taste, push Nouns Car, flower, bottle, map Pronouns I, ours, her, they, it Adverbs quickly, never, today, away Adjectives American, green, tall, modern Prepositions During, in, under, with Conjunctions And, but, or, yet Interjections Oh, wow, ha, yay...
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What are proper adjectives?

In English most nouns are common nouns: house, car, grass, and dentist. Other types of nouns are proper nouns (or real nouns). Real nouns start with a capital letter: Spain, Brad, and Pizza Hut. What are proper adjectives? This is the same with adjectives. Most adjectives are common adjectives: slow, modern, red, and exciting. Proper ...
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Un Prefix

Un is a prefix meaning not. It’s used to give opposite and negative meanings to adjectives, adverbs and nouns. 10 Common Un- Prefixes unable Root word: Able. Meaning: To not be able to do something. Example: She’s unable to attend tomorrow’s meeting. unaware Root word: Aware. Meaning: To not know something. Example: I was unaware the plans had changed. ...
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Using the Past Perfect Tense

The past perfect tense is used to express action completed in the past: “She had eaten is an example of the tense.” The past perfect tense represents action that occurs BEFORE another past action: “My boss had gone before I had the chance to see him.” How to Form the Past Perfect Tense The past ...
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