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The 6 Toughest English Writing Rules - and How to Remember Them

The 6 Toughest English Writing Rules - and How to Remember Them

In this article, online tutor Natalie S. shares her best tricks for remembering some of the toughest English writing rules¬Ö Grammar isn¬ít for everyone. In fact, most people tend to forget the majority of their grammar and punctuation lessons by the time they graduate from high school. Even though grammar tends to be a boring subject to learn about, it¬ís still important to understand and utilize grammar and punctuation rules correctly. These seemingly small details make a big difference in the … Read More

The 6 Toughest English Writing Rules - and How to Remember Them
In this article, online tutor Natalie S. shares her best tricks for remembering some of the toughest English writing rules¬Ö Grammar isn¬ít for everyone. In fact, most people tend to forget the majority of their grammar and punctuation lessons by the time they graduate from high school. Even though grammar tends to be a boring subject to learn about, it¬ís still important to understand and utilize grammar and punctuation rules correctly. These seemingly small details make a big difference in the
French Grammar Rules: Conjugating Regular Verbs in the Imparfait
The French language uses several different verb forms to talk about events that occurred in the past. French tutor Carol Beth L. shares her guide to one of those forms, the imparfait... So, perhaps you've learned how to use the passé composé to talk about events in the past tense. The passé composé is a good way to discuss single events that happened once or at a specific point in time. J'ai passé deux ans en France. I spent two years in France. Elle a fait ses devoirs hier. She did her h
The SIELE: Here's What You Need to Know | Spanish Proficiency Test
Aspiring expats, you'll want to read this! If you're interested in someday working or studying in a Hispanic country, you may need to take a new Spanish proficiency test called the SIELE. Learn more about it in this guest post from Matthew at Listen & Learn...   The Instituto Cervantes, a globally recognized non-profit organization created by the Spanish government, and three highly respected universities in Spain, Mexico, and Argentina, have created a Spanish language profici
ESL Learners: Are You Making These 21 Common Mistakes?
Sometimes people who have learned English as a second language confuse some basic English words -- there are certainly some tricky ones! Here are the words ESL learners misuse the most: Them, Those, and These "Them" is a pronoun that stands in the place of a plural noun. It is commonly used as the subject of a sentence, as in: Did you see them? or Have you seen the scissors? I used them to cut the labels off my T-shirts; now I can¬ít find them. "Those" indicates a group that is distant from
3 Myths About Learning French - BUSTED!
Is it hard to learn French? Tutor Roman N. shares three things you might think make it difficult to learn French that are actually totally false... Some of you may have been fascinated by French culture and French language for a while, but you haven't yet taken your first step toward learning this beautiful language. In my experience, I have found these three reasons to be the most popular excuses: "I'm too old for this -- it's too late to start learning a second language." "My Fren

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