English plurals are usually easy to form. We can add -s to the end of the singular word, e.g.: chair (singular) or two chairs (plural). But, like almost all of […]
Hi, Fellas, Did you read our article on preposition yet? If you missed it, you can read the article by following this link (https://englishtips4u.com/2011/09/17/engclass-prepositions/) For a brief description, preposition is […]
Hi, Fellas, do you still remember what phrasal verb is? It is a verb that is followed by either an adverb or a preposition. In this session I would like […]
How was your day? Did you use your time wisely? In this particular article, we’ll talk about time… or rather, the different ways to tell the time. So, how do […]
Suffix -let is one of many suffixes in English. It originated from Old French -elet, from Latin -āle, a neuter of adjective suffix -ālis, or from Latin -ellus, a diminutive […]
Hi, fellas, I’m sure you are familiar with these phrases: ‘be careful’ and ‘take care.’ Generally, both phrases mean to pay attention to something or a condition. If we check […]
Hi, Fellas do you like watching historical film? I am devoted to them, especially when they tell the story about a kingdom or an empire. I can learn the history […]
Err … what is it called again? It’s a … an ellipsis. Ellipsis ( … ) The three dots ( … ) is known as ellipsis. It is used to quote materials and […]
‘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 article, we will talk about restrictive and non-restrictive clause; also known as defining and non-defining clause. What exactly are they? They are types of relative clause which define a […]
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 […]