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Confusing Word Choices
In these blogs, we teach you the differences between two (or more) confusing words or phrases. Click each one to learn more.
- Too / Very
- No / Not
- A or An / The
- The / No The
- Me Too / Me Neither
- Should / Have to / Need to / Must
- So / Such
- More So / Such
- Count / Non-count Nouns
- Work / Job
In these posts, we teach you how to pronounce or say something.
- Three Rules for Word Stress
- Pronouncing the Past Ending “ed”
- How to Say Big Numbers
- Tips for Giving a Presentation
Here are the answers to some of the most common questions I hear from students.
- Can you start a sentence with “because”?
- What is a past participle?
- When should I use “the”?
- How do we use “get”? – Answer 1 and Answer 2
- How can I use prepositions? – Beginner Answer and Advanced Answer
- What is the correct word order for questions?
These articles will help you with the English you need every day.