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Tuesday, 04 September 2018
a notepad Exempli gratia or e.g. Designed by jigsawstocker / Freepik

e.g.: this expression is a Latin abbreviation for exempli gratia and means “for example.”

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

An overview of the comparative and superlative adjectives which explains what rules you need to follow when using adjectives in Read More
Possessives - rules and exercises for intermediate level

Possessives - rules and exercises for intermediate level

An overview of the rules of possessive words, including possessive pronouns and adjectives, possessive questions, and possessive reciprocal pronouns, with Read More
Second conditional - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

Second conditional - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

An overview of the second conditional tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples Read More
Future with ‘will’ – Rules and exercises for intermediate level

Future with ‘will’ – Rules and exercises for intermediate level

In English there are several ways to show that you are talking about something that is going to happen when Read More
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