These two English words are sometimes confused by native speakers. Please accept my invitation to learn the difference with this lesson.
The English words affect and effect are often confused even by native speakers - don't let their mistakes affect your English.
These three English words all mean "to make sure or certain" and are commonly confused, even by native speakers. This lesson will ensure that you understand the difference.
Auxiliary verbs, also called helping verbs, are used with a main verb to create compound verb forms.
The simple present of the verb BE can be contracted in two ways: with a subject pronoun or with the negative adverb not
The simple present and simple past of the auxiliary verb DO are frequently contracted with the negative adverb not.
This lesson explains how to make contractions with the verb HAVE and a subject pronoun or the negative adverb not.
The phrase could have refers to something that was possible but did not occur in the past. In informal speech, it is contracted to could've, not could of.
English has two verbs, "to do" and "to make," that are both equivalent to a single verb in some languages, which makes it difficult for speakers of those languages to know which one to use in any given situation. Understanding the difference in meaning is key to knowing which verb you need.
This lesson introduces the various forms English uses to indicate the future.
Verbs are the words in a sentence that indicate an action, a state of being, or possession.
A list of the most common irregular English verbs, including their simple past conjugations and present and past participles.
This lesson explains the grammar of modal verbs and where they are placed in a sentence or question.
This lesson explains the meaning of each modal verb and provides example sentences.
The verb BE can be negated with negative adverbs, adjectives, and prefixes.