Everyday English – No VS. Any

No VS. Any We can use any/anything/anybody to mean ‘it doesn’t matter which/what/who’ Please read the following examples: “There was no bus so I had to take a taxi home.” …

Everyday English III

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Everyday English – 2

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Helpful English – Comparison IV

Here is one more comparative form that is common in spoken English. AS..(adjective)…AS Before when we used adjectives to compare 2 things the adjectives would change or we would add …

Helpful English – Comparison III

IMPORTANT EXCEPTIONS Here are two of the most important exceptions to the comparison rules we have learned so far. good – adjective better – comparative Examples: “This cell phone is …

Helpful English – Comparison II

Notice we use than after the adjective if there are 2 subjects. “Mike is taller than my brother.” Mike and my brother are the subjects. “The book is usually more …

Helpful English – Comparison I

This week let’s look at English comparative form. I did a quick version 2 weeks ago but I wanted to explain in more detail and give more examples. Comparative form …

Everyday English – may and might V

Everyday English – may and might V 1 more thing to be careful of. If we talk about a situation that is not real we can’t use MAY. When a …

Everyday English – may and might IV

Everyday English – may and might IV COULD sometimes has the same meaning as MAY or MIGHT. “That COULD be true.” = “That MAY be true.” = “That MIGHT be …