Transitive or Intransitive?

Transitive or Intransitive?

Learn more about transitive and intransitive verbs Some verbs are usually followed by nouns (or pronouns) that act as direct objects. In grammar, these verbs are called “transitive” and they need a direct object. But some are “intransitive”....
Did you know these words are uncountable?

Did you know these words are uncountable?

How well you know countable and uncountable words? Surprisingly, one of the most problematic areas of IELTS is the misuse of countable and uncountable nouns. Here is a little quiz for you; choose the correct alternative. 1: a) I have too many works to do. b) I have...
The magic of Simple Wikipedia

The magic of Simple Wikipedia

Secondary title Wikipedia, the world’s biggest online encyclopedia, has a fantastic section many students and teachers alike don’t know: Simple English Wikipedia. The English language on this website is easy and very good for English learning. The Simple...
Never use these prepositions!

Never use these prepositions!

Forbidden propositions Beware of these wrong prepositions. Although they may sound fine in your mother tongue, they must be avoided in English. – I enjoy watching horror films. NOT I enjoy FROM watching horror films. – Your new jacket matches your purse....
Two punctuation marks you will love

Two punctuation marks you will love

Two punctuation marks you will love Have you ever used colons (:) or semicolons (;)? If you look at most of your writing from the past, you may only find full stops (.) and commas (,). But why is that? Frankly, how often do you use colons (:) or semicolons (;) in your...