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Easy English Grammar Learning-Homophones 11


Easy English Grammar Learning-Homophones 11

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1. aloud. 2. genes. 3. farther. 4. tied. 5. piece. 6. sea. 7. whether. 8. ewe. 9.poor, pore. 10. nun. 11. here. 12. flaw. 13. buy. 14. serial. 15. vain.






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October 4, 2017 · 12:35 pm


How to Speak And Write English Without Mistakes!

I have a quick question for you…

Have you ever wanted to speak English properly, without making MISTAKES, so that you will feel CONFIDENT to speak English with others?

Or, have you ever wanted to be able to write in English, without making grammar mistakes?

So, why has not it happened yet? Come on… Admit it.

This is not the first time, you have been trying to learn, how to improve your knowledge, of the English grammar, so you can speak and write English correctly?
If you read the information on this page to the end, you will discover what to do, to improve you English grammar knowledge, so you can learn to speak and write English without mistakes!

Hey, my name is Deyan, and a few years ago, I was like you, trying to learn a new language, French….

I knew how to speak some words in French, and could say whole sentences, but, after some time, I discovered that I am still struggling to speak French correctly, so I was making grammar mistakes, after all that time of study! I was not feeling very happy at all, with my French studying results… It was disappointing for me! I was not sure, what was the best thing to do….

So, I became stuck in my French studying, and some times, when I try to say something in French to somebody else, I was not sure how to say things correctly… So, it feel like confusing for the other person, listening to me!

So the problem was, I was studying French, could speak some words and make sentences, but all that was wrong… I was not sure, how to speak correctly, so that people could understand…

So it was obvious to me, that it was just not enough for me to learn words and sentences in French! But I had to learn to say things in the correct grammatical way!

I tried to learn French, mainly by learning only new vocabulary, but it did not work well, for me speaking correctly with people, so I was still wondering what was the best to do!
Then latter, I started to pay attention, of how the sentences were formed grammatically, in a French text. That helped!

I tried to memorize how the different verbs were written in a sentence of a French text, and it started to help me to remember how to say the verbs in French, in the correct way!
There was a time, when I realized also, that I have been trying to learn French, in the wrong way, from the very beginning, just because I saw somebody, who is a polyglot, and speaks many languages fluently, to explain, that it was not necessary for me, to study the grammar of a language, if I wanted to learn the language fluently! So I believed him! No wonder, I was struggling!

So, the real problems was, that I have been listening to the so called “experts” of language learning, and that is why I got stuck in my French studying! Their so called “expert advice”, was keeping me, from making progress!

So, in the same way, it is not your fault, if you are still not able to speak English, without making mistakes!

Once I realized that in order for me to progress in my French speaking, without making mistakes, by the studying of the grammar, I also began to see the improvement, which comes from studying, how the verbs work in the sentences!

Just search and look at the Social Media, and you will find so many people, who speak or write in English, when they communicate with each other, but make many mistakes, because they have not been studying grammar, so they confuse others, by speaking English in the incorrect way …. And, you will also find, many other people, who show, that by studying English grammar, have started to speak English with less mistakes!
I have now realized, that by studying how the French grammar works in any text, helps me also to understand better, when I listen to a French radio, or to people talking in French… In a similar way, that will help you in your studying of English grammar too!

If you continue to learn English, without learning the English grammar, you will continue to make mistakes, and you will feel less confident to speak English with others! Also, you will not succeed at your job, if English is required, so you will have less chances to be employed! You will continue to make mistakes in English, when you use the Social Media, and you will not succeed at school!

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September 12, 2017 · 8:26 pm

Easy & Simple English Learning-40 Most Common Verbs in English

Easy & Simple English Learning for You! 40 Most Common Verbs in English!


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September 2, 2017 · 2:37 pm

Easy English Grammar-Prepositions

Easy English Grammar Explanations-Prepositions

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August 30, 2017 · 8:39 am

Easy English Grammar Learning-How to Use MUST Vs SHOULD

Easy English Grammar-How to use MUST vs SHOULD

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August 26, 2017 · 5:23 pm

Easy English Grammar Explanation-Top Idioms in English with Explanations 2

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August 25, 2017 · 9:46 am

Easy English Grammar Explanation-100 Common Collocations with ‘Get’



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August 12, 2017 · 5:31 pm

Easy English Grammar-Determiners

Easy English Grammar Explanation

What Are Determiners?

The determiners, give a determination about a noun, and they give an information about a noun. They are used before the noun. They show the function of the noun. They show how the noun is used in a context. They show how that particular noun, is related to the rest of the text, and as such, are different from adjectives.

They do two things. The first thing is they identify things. The second is they quantify things, or show the number of things involved.

Determiners as IDENTIFIERS are giving more details about a noun.

For example, if you say ‘this car’, the determiner shows which car you are talking about. That determiner is called demonstrative, because it demonstrates something about a noun, ‘this car’. It identifies the car you are talking about.

Determiners can also play a possessive role. For example, when you say ‘my car’, it shows that you possess or own the car. This also is an identifying determiner, because it identifies which car.

When an article is used to show a specific thing, for example ‘the car’, it also is an identifying determiner, because it shows one specific car.

Determiners as QUANTIFIERS, show a number about things.

When a determiner is used as a quantifier, it shows how many things, you are talking about. For example, when you say ‘two cars’, it shows the number or the quantity of the cars, you are talking about.

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August 2, 2017 · 4:19 pm

Easy English Grammar Learning-Top 200 Idioms in English

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July 13, 2017 · 10:03 am

Easy English Grammar Exercises-Complete the Sentences 6

Easy English Grammar Exercises-Complete the Sentences 6

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1. d) 2. b) 3. a) 4. d) 5. c) 6. c) 7. a) 8. d) 9. b) 10. d) 11. c) 12. d) 13. c) 14. b) 15. a) 16. b) 17. d) 18. b) 19. a) 20. c)





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July 5, 2017 · 9:14 am

More Easy English Grammar Exercises/Explanations on Google+

More Easy English Grammar Exercises/Explanations on Google+

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June 16, 2017 · 9:31 am

Easy English Grammar Explanations-Determiners

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June 8, 2017 · 8:09 am

English Grammar-How to Use Plural Nouns in English

English Grammar-Really Useful List of 100 Irregular Plural Nouns in English

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June 4, 2017 · 5:21 pm

English Grammar-REMEMBER to do (infinitive) REMEMBER doing (gerund)


English Grammar-REMEMBER to do (infinitive) REMEMBER doing (gerund)



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June 4, 2017 · 2:37 pm

English Grammar Series – What’s the big deal about Gerunds?

Hello Grammar lovers! On today’s #GrammarSeries we are talking about Gerunds. Although the term might sound foreign, the gerund is a common part of speech that most of us use every day, whether we know it or not. Today’s post will help you identify what you have been using before or what you have been […]

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June 4, 2017 · 2:31 pm


The Guide to Grammar and Writing The Guide to Grammar and Writing is sponsored by the Capital Community College Foundation, a nonprofit 501 c-3 organization that supports scholarships, faculty development, and curriculum innovation. If you feel we have provided something of value and wish to show your appreciation, you can assist the College […]

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June 4, 2017 · 2:04 pm

English Grammar-Independent Clauses

I love my independence. As a grown up, I can do whatever I want to do. Individually I am a complete person. Sentences are made up of parts. I have been sharing my exploration of the parts of speech and sentences. Necessary parts of sentences are clauses. Specifically I’m talking about independent clauses. One independent […]

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June 4, 2017 · 1:59 pm

English Grammar-Idioms


English Grammar-Idioms with Explanations



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June 3, 2017 · 11:24 pm

Free English Lessons Present Simple

Easy English Grammar – Present Simple

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April 15, 2017 · 8:18 pm

English Grammar. Common Irregular Verbs.

Complete the verb table using present simple tense:

To be:







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April 5, 2017 · 8:55 pm

Common Mistakes with Adjectives & Adverbs – English Grammar Lesson

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April 1, 2017 · 8:14 am

All Tenses – English Lesson

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April 1, 2017 · 8:08 am

Learn English the EASY Way! Have got/Have

Have got : informal Have : formal HAVE GOT and HAVE are interchangeable when we talk about possession or relationship in present tens. HAVE : Actions : Have a shower ( take a shower- American English) , have breakfast etc. Past tense : I had a test ( wrong -> I have got ) Custom […]

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January 15, 2017 · 9:43 pm

Effortless English Grammar Learning! Comparatives and Superlatives!

Discover English grammar learning! Comparatives and Superlatives!

If you can do at least 3 of the points successfully, it means, you are doing great! Well done! You are advancing!

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September 8, 2016 · 8:31 pm

Quick English Learning! Irregular Plural Nouns in English.

Quick English learning! Irregular Plural Nouns in English.

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August 31, 2016 · 8:35 pm

Painless English Learning! Idioms.

Painless English learning!


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August 29, 2016 · 4:06 pm

Easy English Grammar Learning! Common Grammar Mistakes!

Easy English grammar learning!

Common grammar mistakes!

1. The verb doesn’t agree with the subject:

a) There are many person in this class.
b) The film finish at four o’clock.

Advice: The verb should agree with the subject:

a) There are many people in this class.
b) The film finishes at four o’clock.


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August 25, 2016 · 8:40 pm

Easy English Grammar Learning! The Use of ‘Let’.


Easy English grammar learning!
The use of ‘Let’.
Let can be used as a noun. For example, a ‘holiday let’.
Let as a verb, refers to something, that an individual would be willing to do.
It is used for permission to do something, or allowing something.
It is also used to make a suggestion like ‘let us make this or that’.
It is also used to make something possible. For example, ‘If you use your money right, it will let you buy something nice.’
Let indicates, something to happen.
Let is a verb, which causes results.


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August 24, 2016 · 11:02 am

Instant English Grammar Learning! What is a Verb?



English grammar lesson about verbs;

What is a verb?

A verb expresses action. It means action from a subject, or to a subject.

There are two types of verbs, active and passive.

Active means that we do the action to somebody else. For example; ‘I gave him a book’. Or we are doing the action ourselves. For example; ‘I am holding a book’

Passive means somebody else is doing the action to us. For example; ‘He gave me a book’.


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August 6, 2016 · 7:11 pm

Easy English learning! Future Continuous Tense.



Easy English grammar lesson!

Future continuous tense;

The future continuous tense, has two parts; one is to use ‘will be doing’, and the other is to use ‘be going to be doing’.

For example;

‘You will be eating’, or ‘you are going to be eating’.

If you want to sound natural in English, you have to use this tense, when speaking.

You can use this tense in a positive or a negative way.

For example, in a positive way is; ‘You will be eating’. In a negative way is; ‘You will not be eating’.

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August 6, 2016 · 6:58 pm

How to Use the Article THE – Grammar — Free English Materials for You

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August 6, 2016 · 6:55 pm

Easy English grammar learning! Future Perfect Continuous Tense.



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The Future Perfect Continuous Tense!


Two future actions – one is continuous. To speculate. To predict.

The future perfect continuous tense indicates an action, which will happen some time in the future, but which will start, at a particular time in the future and will continue, until some time in the future.

The important point about the future perfect continuous is that is has a time reference, which is the time when the action will start in the future, or the time when the action will stop in the future. If there is no starting or stopping time in the future, then it will be only a future continuous tense, to show an ongoing action in the future.

The future perfect continuous is about a longer action in the future, which is interrupted, by another action in the future.

Topic + WILL HAVE BEEN + Verb

‘By the end of the next year, she will have been living in Germany for 15 years.’

The ‘end of the next year’, is the interrupting action, which stops the future perfect continuous action ‘she will have been living in Germany for 15 years.’

There is duration of an action in the future, for some time, before it is completed or stopped.

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August 6, 2016 · 6:45 pm

How to Learn English! Learn to Speak English!


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April 9, 2016 · 2:21 pm

Free English Lessons Present Simple


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November 21, 2015 · 7:17 pm

Idioms in the English language


GET… combined with;

Example; ‘Get about’.

about (travel frequently)
across (communicate)
your act together (improve your behaviour)
ahead (do better in life than other people)
at (suggest)
at sby (annoy sby, criticise)
away! (I don’t believe you!)
away from (avoid)
away from it all (go on holiday)
sth back (have sth returned)
back to normal (return to a normal state)
sby’s back up (annoy sby)
behind (support)
better (recover)
busy (become)
by (manage, esp. with little money)
cold feet (become unsure about doing sth)
down (become depressed)
down (dance)
down to sth (begin)
far (achieve a lot)
the hang of sth (learn how to do sth)
a head start (start sth before other people)
into sth (begin liking sth)
it (understand sth)
it in the neck (be told off)
a kick out of sth (enjoy, esp. sth negative)
a life (improve your life)
a load of sth (look at sth very interesting)
lost! (rude way to tell sby to leave)
the message (understand)
your money’s worth (get a fair amount of sth)
a move on (hurry up)
moving (start)

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October 20, 2015 · 5:37 pm



The kid was able _____ the bucket.

(a) lift
(b) of lifting
(c) lifting
(d) to lift

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September 1, 2015 · 12:55 pm



They rejoiced ____ getting good marks.

(a) from
(b) at
(c) by
(d) to

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July 27, 2015 · 10:43 am

English Langauage Common Nouns And Proper Nouns

Common Nouns and Proper Nouns.

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July 20, 2015 · 3:46 pm

English Learning Common Nouns And Proper Nouns

Common Nouns and Proper Nouns

A noun is the name of a person, place, or thing.
Nouns are divided into two classes—proper nouns and common nouns.
A proper noun is the name of a particular person, place, or thing.
Examples: Lincoln, Napoleon, Ruth, Gladstone, America, Denver, Jove, Ohio, Monday, December, Yale, Christmas, Britannia, Niagara, Merrimac, Elmwood, Louvre, Richardson, Huron, Falstaff.

A common noun is a name which may be applied to any one of a class of persons, places, or things.
Examples: general, emperor, president, clerk, street, town, desk, tree, cloud, chimney, childhood, idea, thought, letter, dynamo, cruiser, dictionary, railroad.

Proper nouns begin with a capital letter; common nouns usually begin with a small letter.
Note. Although a proper noun is the name of a particular person, place, or thing, that name may be given to more than one individual. More than one man is named James; but when we say James, we think of one particular person, whom we are calling by his own name. When we say man, on the contrary, we are not calling any single person by name: we are using a noun which applies, in common, to all the members of a large class of persons.

Any word, when mentioned merely as a word, is a noun. Thus,—
And is a conjunction.
A common noun becomes a proper noun when used as the particular name of a ship, a newspaper, an animal, etc.
Nelson’s flagship was the Victory.
Give me this evening’s Herald.
My dog is named Rover.
The Limited Express is drawn by the Pioneer.
A proper noun often consists of a group of words, some of which are perhaps ordinarily used as other parts of speech.
Examples: James Russell Lowell, Washington Elm, Eiffel Tower, Firth of Clyde, North Lexington Junction, Stony Brook, Westminster Abbey, Measure for Measure, White House, Brooklyn Bridge, Atlantic Railroad, Sherman Act, The Return of the Native, Flatiron Building.
Note. These are (strictly speaking) noun-phrases; but, since all are particular names, they may be regarded as proper nouns.

A proper noun becomes a common noun when used as a name that may be applied to any one of a class of objects.
The museum owns two Rembrandts and a Titian.
I exchanged my old motor car for a new Halstead.
My fountain pen is a Blake.
Lend me your Webster.
He was a Napoleon of finance.
I am going to buy a Kazak.
Certain proper nouns have become common nouns when used in a special sense. These generally begin with a small letter.
Examples: macadam (crushed stone for roads, so called from Macadam, the inventor), mackintosh (a waterproof garment), napoleon (a coin), guinea (twenty-one shillings), mentor (a wise counsellor), derringer (a kind of pistol).
A lifeless object, one of the lower animals, or any human quality or emotion is sometimes regarded as a person.
This usage is called personification, and the object, animal, or quality is said to be personified.

Each old poetic Mountain
Inspiration breathed around.—Gray.

Who’ll toll the bell?
“I,” said the Bull,
“Because I can pull.”

His name was Patience.—Spenser.

Smiles on past Misfortune’s brow
Soft Reflection’s hand can trace;
And o’er the cheek of Sorrow throw
A melancholy grace.—Gray.

Love is and was my lord and king,
And in his presence I attend.—Tennyson.

Time gently shakes his wings.—Dryden.

The name of anything personified is regarded as a proper noun and is usually written with a capital letter.

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July 20, 2015 · 3:41 pm