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Tuesday, 04 September 2018
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e.g.: this expression is a Latin abbreviation for exempli gratia and means “for example.”

Advanced - Modal Auxiliary Verbs

Advanced - Modal Auxiliary Verbs

English grammar lesson on-line for advanced level students or teachers - Complete overview of modal auxiliary verbs. Read More
Prepositions ‘in, at, on’ – rules and exercises for advanced level

Prepositions ‘in, at, on’ – rules and exercises for advanced level

Prepositions serve a very useful function in English. This free English grammar lesson that follows will seek to more fully Read More
Should / Must / Have to - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

Should / Must / Have to - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

An overview of the modal verbs should, must and have to which explains what rules you must follow when using Read More
Advanced - English Tense Nomenclature

Advanced - English Tense Nomenclature

English grammar lesson on-line for advanced level students or teachers - A short description of the three aspects of the English Read More
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