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Easy Rules for forming COMPARATIVES – SUPERLATIVES Adjectives We use Comparatives and Superlatives forms of adjectives, when we make comparisons. Adjectives can compare two things or more than two things. Comparatives When you want to describe a noun (animals, people, … Read More

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Homographs, Heteronyms, Homonyms and Homophones | easy table

Homographs, Heteronyms, Homonyms and Homophones A description of what they are and the most commonly used one HOMOGRAPHS: A word spelled the same A word with a different meaning A word that sounds the same Word 1st Example/Meaning 2nd Example/Meaning … Read More

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There or Their or They’re – Simplified Table

THERE or THEIR or THEY’RE These are three English words that are very often misused, and it can be quite confusing to understand when to use which one. However, it is really important to be able to distinguish the differences … Read More

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Advice or Advise | A nice and simple explanation

A simple explanation of whether to use Advice or Advise. When to use Advice or Advice can be quite tricky, as both words are spelt in a similar way but do not sound the same. ADVICE The word advice is … Read More

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Simple Past Spelling Rules – Regular Verbs

Simple Past Spelling Rules – Regular Verbs Spelling Rule to be applied Infinitive Simple Past Infinitive = add ed Infinitive ending with E, add D visit call start love arrive visited called started loved arrived Vowel + Y = add … Read More

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Every day or Everyday? Simple explanation.

Every day or Everyday? Every day Every day is something that actually happens quite commonly. As the word reads, it happens every day and you keep doing it each day. I drink water every day I walk my dog every … Read More

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