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English is a difficult language

Sat, 11 Aug 2012 06:12:32 +0000

Okay folks, this is what I picked up from today’s rampant flow of forwarded emails!  Since my brain juice is not flowing very well, I thought this might make learning English a bit lighter and a good laugh to last the weekend is good for health! I promised I will be back for more serious [...]

Tips for Effective Studying

Sun, 21 Sep 2008 09:50:55 +0000

These are the 5 stages of effective studying. They can serve as a guideline to ease your studying and hopefully make it more structured.  Always remember that studying is a life-long process so learn to have fun while you study. 1 Preparation Stage Read the chapter at a fast pace to familiar yourself with new [...]

Free Rice

Thu, 18 Sep 2008 05:37:26 +0000

My niece introduced me to this site ~Free Rice~ and from what I gather it is a site where you can learn from the following topics and can trigger donors to donate rice to feed the hungry. Indirectly you are also contributing to charity while learning. There are a few categories for your learning ~~ [...]

Conjunctions – Purpose & Consequence

Fri, 15 Aug 2008 00:32:01 +0000

The final 2 (7th & 8th headings) on Conjunctions are Purpose & Consequence:- 7.  Purpose The conjunctions for heading of Purpose are: in order that, lest, so that, that Examples: He studied hard in order that he may have a better future. Watch the path, lest you trip and fall. I have it written down [...]

Conjunctions – Condition & Manner or Degree

Sun, 03 Aug 2008 11:59:15 +0000

The next two (the 5th and 6th headings) under Conjunctions are: Condition and Manner or Degree: 5.  Condition The conjunctions under the heading Condition are: except that, if, unless Examples: Except that she is very new and inexperience, her attitude towards the job is good. I will inform you of the outcome if I get [...]

Conjunctions – Cause or Reason & Concession

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 08:57:44 +0000

The 3rd and 4th headings on Conjunctions are Cause or Reason and Concession:- 3.   Cause or Reason Conjunctions under the heading of Cause or Reason are: as, because, lest, since Examples: As it was raining heavily I did not go for my morning walk. The television was tuned loud because my mother is a bit [...]

Conjunctions – Time & Place

Sun, 20 Jul 2008 11:47:58 +0000

Conjunctions can also be placed under 8 different headings.  Lets look at the first 2 headings; Time and Place 1.  Time Conjunctions used to indicate time are: after, before, since, until, till, when, whenever, while, now that, as Examples: After Mary opened the door she switched on the light. The boy paused before he crossed [...]


Wed, 16 Jul 2008 13:03:45 +0000

What are Conjunctions? Conjunctions are words used to link words, phrases and clauses to make them into a more meaningful sentence.  For examples:- Abdul is singing while taking a shower. Are buses and taxis considered public transportation? I can meet you before you leave. There are 3 categories of conjunction:- Coordinating Conjunctions ~~ and, but, [...]

Meaning of English words

Mon, 14 Jan 2008 10:25:43 +0000

Meaning of English words Used to mean only…. “Memory” was something you lost with age            “An Application” was for employment                     “A program” was a TV show                                                  “A cursor” used profanity            [...]

List of common verbs with suitable adverbs

Sat, 12 Jan 2008 01:28:36 +0000

Here is a list of common verbs with choices of suitable adverbs compiled as examples:- Study Hard Verbs Adverbs acted quickly, suddenly, warily answered correctly, immediately, tartly ate greedily, hungrily, quickly, slowly bled freely, profusely, slightly bowed humbly, respectfully, stiffly caressed fondly, gently, lovingly charged bravely, desperately, furiously chuckled artfully, gleefully, happily crept quietly, silently, [...]