‘That’ and ‘which’ look interchangeable but are actually not.
Have you ever heard or read lines like these ones below? Why are you staring at me? I’m not staring. I’m gazing. I heard those lines when I watched The […]
The ‘rock music’ genre first showed up in 1950s, which was known as ‘rock and roll.’ ‘Rock and roll’ itself is heavily influenced by blues, RnB, and country music. By […]
Hello, fellas. Tonight we’ll have a quiz to test your knowledge on Halloween. Let’s begin!
In this moment we will discuss about restrictive and non-restrictive clause which also known as defining and non-defining clause. What are they? They are types of relative clause which defining […]
Hi, fellas! How was your day? Today I’m going to post an easy guide on how to change a bare infinitive to –ing and –ed forms. Sometimes, we need to […]
The meaning of “go off” varies depending on its context in a sentence.
‘Can’ and ‘be able to’ are often interchangeable, but there are some occasions where only one of them is correct.
Which one of these two statements is grammatically correct? “After the election, Dan’s and Miley’s businesses went bankrupt.” Or “After the election, Dan and Miley’s businesses went bankrupt.” Before we […]
Heyya, fellas! How did your day go? For me, today was a fairly great day. Oh hey! Did you notice the adjective phrase in my last sentence? Alright, fellas! As […]
Heyya, fellas! How was your day? Mine was great, albeit very tiring. Now… if you ever wondered how to use the word ‘albeit’, today’s session is for you. Let’s start, […]
Last week we’ve had an #EngTrivia session on the difference between see, look at, and watch. Now let’s do some exercise on that topic! Fill in the blanks with see, look at, or watch.
Hi fellas, how was your weekend? Today we will talk about international phonetic alphabet. Some people forget how to spell the alphabet when they got asked to. There are many […]
See, look, and watch are easily confused as they all relate to an action that we do with our eyes. So let us break down each of those verbs to understand how they differ.
Hello, dear fellas! How are you? Last week, we talked about expressions and their possible translations to Indonesian. If you missed it, check it out here: https://englishtips4u.com/2016/10/10/engtrivia-expressions-in-english-and-their-indonesian-counterparts/ Now, we’re going […]
Hello, everyone! Good evening! How was your day so far? On learning language, I feel like I have to understand what a word or phrase means before being able to […]
When we meet somebody, we frequently ask or are asked how we are doing. To those questions, we often response with, “I’m good” or “I’m well.” You might have wondered […]
“Me and my friends went to local art festival yesterday. It was such an amazing experience for my friends and I.” What do you think about the two sentences mentioned […]