We can use “must” and “have to” to express obligation and necessity. Are there any difference between these two terms? If yes, what are they? – Part II
We can use “must” and “have to” to express obligation and necessity. Are there any difference between these two terms? If yes, what are they? – Part I
What’s the difference between “early” and “soon”? Are you waking up early tomorrow? The summer holidays are coming soon! Sooner or later, I will speak English fluently!
Do you know how to use “too”? What is the difference between “too” and “enough”? Est-ce que vous savez comment utiliser « too » ? Quelle est la différence entre « too » et « enough » ?
Do you know how to use the word “enough”? Savez-vous utiliser le mot “enough (assez, suffisant)”?
When do we use “many” and when do we use “much?” What’s the difference between “little” and “few?” To demystify this grammar point, the first step is to understand what “countable nouns” and “uncountable nouns” are. Follow the posts in
What is a phrasal verb? You might not have come across this term, but I am sure you must have used some phrasal verbs without realising that you are using them. A phrasal verb: a verb + an adverb /