Beside or besides? Between or among? Born or borne? Bring , take and fetch Can , could or may? Classic or classical? Come or go? Consider or regard? Consist , comprise or compose? Content or contents? Different from , different to or different than? Do or make? Down, downwards or downward? During or for? Each or every? East or eastern ; north or northern?
Economic or economical? Efficient or effective? Elder , eldest or older , oldest? End or finish? Especially or specially? Every one or everyone?
Except or except for? Expect , hope or wait?
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Experience or experiment? Fall or fall down? Far or a long way? Further but not farther. Age Comparison: nouns more money , the most points Gender Piece words and group words Nouns Nouns and gender Nouns and prepositions Nouns: compound nouns Nouns: countable and uncountable Nouns: form Nouns: forming nouns from other words Nouns: singular and plural. Noun phrases Noun phrases: complements Noun phrases: noun phrases and verbs Noun phrases: order Noun phrases: two noun phrases together Noun phrases: uses. Pronouns: possessive my , mine , your , yours , etc. Pronouns: reflexive myself , themselves , etc.
Questions: interrogative pronouns what , who Relative pronouns Someone , somebody , something , somewhere That.
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Above After as a preposition and conjunction After or afterwards as an adverb. Below referring forward in writing. Near as an adjective. Over as a preposition Over : typical errors Over as a prefix Over as an adjective: be over Over as an adverb. To : the to -infinitive. Until as a conjunction.
Within : space Within : time. As … as As if and as though As long as and so long as As well as As. Comparison: clauses bigger than we had imagined Comparison: comparisons of equality as tall as his father Contrasts. How Negation Neither, neither … nor and not … either Not Questions Questions: alternative questions Is it black or grey? Questions: two-step questions Questions: typical errors Questions: wh- questions Questions: yes-no questions Are you feeling cold?
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Relative clauses Relative clauses referring to a whole sentence Relative clauses: defining and non-defining Relative clauses: typical errors. Reported speech Reported speech: direct speech Reported speech: indirect speech. So and not with expect , hope , think , etc. Such as. Cleft sentences It was in June we got married.
Inversion Made from , made of , made out of , made with No sooner Not only … but also Word order and focus Word order: structures. Downtoners Exclamations Hedges just Hyperbole. Area: length, width, depth and height Number Time. Geographical places Names and titles: addressing people Nationalities, languages, countries and regions Place names Sexist language. Adverbs as short responses definitely , certainly All right and alright Chunks as frames Headers and tails Here and there Interjections ouch, hooray Intonation Just Kind of and sort of Oh Pronunciation Question: follow-up questions Questions: echo and checking questions Questions: short forms So: other uses in speaking Substitution Tags Yes.
British and American English Dialect Double negatives and usage Formal and informal language Newspaper headlines Register Slang Standard and non-standard language Swearing and taboo expressions. Finite and non-finite verbs Table of irregular verbs Verb phrases Verbs Verbs and verb phrases: typical errors Verbs: basic forms Verbs: formation Verbs: multi-word verbs Verbs: types.
Be Be expressions be able to , be due to. Future: other expressions to talk about the future Future: be going to I am going to work? Imperative clauses Be quiet! Infinitive: active or passive? Infinitives with and without to.
Get passive Have something done Passive. Past Past continuous I was working Past continuous or past simple? Past perfect continuous I had been working Past perfect simple I had worked Past perfect simple or past perfect continuous? Past perfect simple or past simple? Past simple I worked Past simple or present perfect? Past verb forms referring to the present Past: typical errors Used to. Present Present continuous I am working Present perfect continuous I have been working Present perfect simple I have worked Present perfect simple or present perfect continuous? Present perfect: typical errors Present simple I work Present simple or present continuous?
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