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Further Comparison

Further Comparison

Comparisons can be difficult for us to learn. Last week, I outlined the rules we traditionally teach for making comparisons with adjectives in English and suggested that they may be too complicated to learn naturally for many adult learners (including me). If you...
Comparatively Speaking

Comparatively Speaking

When I started teaching English, I worried about how I would remember all of the grammar rules in class. Slowly, I memorised all the grammar sections of all my textbooks until for a short time, I felt like I could relax. Whatever anyone asked me in a class, I could...
Can you make do with “do”?

Can you make do with “do”?

The question in the title may be a bad teacher joke, meaning something like “Can you survive with just do?”, but it is also a serious one. For many of my students, choosing between “do” and the similar word “make” when speaking English can cause a lot of problems, and...
Get more from GET

Get more from GET

GET is one of the most popular verb​s among natives What do you think are the most common verbs used in English? You probably guessed that the first and most important, is “to be”, usually followed by “have” and “do”. Then websites start to disagree about whether we...

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