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Can VS Be Able To

Can VS Be Able To

Do you know the difference between ‘can’ and ‘be able to’? Well, to start with, ‘can’ is a modal verb, while ‘be able to’ is not. But what about usage? Let’s have a look: I can play the guitar I am able to play the guitar. Ability In these examples, they can be used in […]

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Confusing English Words and Punctuation Rules

Confusing English Words and Punctuation Rules

Every language has tricky words that are difficult to use correctly. Many also have words that are difficult to spell. And then, of course, all languages will have particular punctuation rules that cause headaches. English has more than its fair share of all three of these things. Let’s have a look at some of the […]

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The 50 Most Common English Words (And How to Use Them to Improve Your English)

The 50 Most Common English Words (And How to Use Them to Improve Your English)

Did you know that there is a Wikipedia article detailing the 100 most common words in English? As an English student, or someone who is actively trying to improve your English, it’s a nice challenge to check these 100 words to see how many you know (most probably all), but to then think carefully about […]

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Overused Words to Replace in Your English Writing

Overused Words to Replace in Your English Writing

Communication is great, but sometimes it gets just a little predictable. That’s because, despite the thousands upon thousands of words we could use to express ourselves, we keep on insisting on using the same ones. You may feel a little restricted with the words you can use because of the requirement for simple, plain and […]

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