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The YUNiversity 15h
❓🤷🏻 Confused about the past perfect tense? Here’s a good explanation: 👀
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The YUNiversity Aug 6
🤷🏻‍♂️ Confused about “in,” “at,” and “on”? 🤔 For places 🌏🗺: For time ⌚📆:
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Learn English Aug 8
IRREGULAR VERBS 👄tell - told - told 💸lend - lent - lent 📖read - read - read 💫spin - spun - spun 🧵sew - sewed - sewn 🍹drink - drank - drunk 🖊️write - wrote - written 🌟shine - shone - shone 🚫forbid - forbade - forbidden
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The YUNiversity Aug 6
Criminals are HANGED. Artwork 🖼️ and clothes 👚 are HUNG. I hanged up the phone. → ❌ I hung up the phone. → ✔📞 We hanged out at the mall. → ❌ We hung out at the mall. → ✔🏬🛍
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MLC Japanese School Aug 11
は、が wa, ga Level 1 for beginner Level 2 for high-beginner Download Free PDF worksheet →
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St Mary's Library Aug 11
A quick guide to semicolons, as you requested! These useful tools of punctuation help to instil clarity and nuance in your sentences. Read more👇👇
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English Grammar Aug 10
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English Grammar 9h
Anyone? The right answer plus more quizzes here:
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Mitchell Aug 10
Replying to @royalobsessed_
...especially when the media is doing such a poor job
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The YUNiversity 23h
Should of → ❌ Could of → ❌ Would of → ❌ /( .□.)\ ︵╰(゜益゜)╯︵ /(.□. /) Should *have* or *should’ve* → ✔
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Vyoma Labs Aug 7
NEW FREE COURSE "Master Basics of Paninian Grammar" Laghusiddhanta Kaumudi is one of the beginner texts for entry to the world of Paninian Grammar!
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English Grammar Aug 5
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Natalie Preddie Aug 11
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Trisha Trombley Aug 4
Hey — fix the sign in Landis, Saskatchewan!
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MLC Japanese School Aug 4
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Just Laugh 14h
My people forget the this girl sabi wetin him dey talk.
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Kevin C. Spruill Aug 5
Please stop saying orientated. Please. Just. Stop. It’s oriented.
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The YUNiversity Aug 8
The past tense of “dive” can be either “dived” 🇬🇧 or “dove.” 🇺🇸 But for “drive,” 🚘 drived → ❌ *drove* → ✔
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The Cultural Aficionado 16h
I will write a defence of using expanded vocabulary. In a reply to my 8,000 word paper, a suggestion was to ‘simplify’ some of the language, as readers may not understand. Are we living in an age where the response to grammatical ignorance is to dumb-it-down?
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MasterKey English Aug 8
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