Grammar
By TalktoMe / April 11, 2020

Idioms – Part 2

An idiom is a word or phrase that is not meant to be taken literally. For example, if you say...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / April 11, 2020

Idioms – Part 1

An idiom is a word or phrase that is not meant to be taken literally. For example, if you say...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / February 10, 2020

Modal Verbs: Can, Could, and Be Able To

‘Can’, ‘could’, and ‘be able to’ are modal verbs in English. A modal verb is a type of verb that...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / November 12, 2019

Modal Verbs ‘Can’ and ‘Could’

‘Can’ and ‘Could’ are modal verbs.  A modal verb is a type of verb that indicates MODE or MANNER.  They...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / August 12, 2019

Has or Have

HAVE is generally used with I/You/We/ They and PLURAL NOUNS. HAS is used with He/She/ It and Who and SINGULAR...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / June 25, 2019

Comparatives and Superlatives, Exercise 2

Complete these 16 sentences to test your knowledge of comparatives and superlatives. Russia is __ country in the world. big...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / June 25, 2019

Comparatives and Superlatives, Exercise 1

The comparative expresses a comparison between two objects. We use comparative adjectives to show change or make comparisons: Examples: This phone is...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / June 22, 2019

Word Formation, Exercise 2

Complete the sentences given below with the correct form of the words in brackets. Maya has an ___ memory and...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / June 22, 2019

Word Formation, Exercise 1

Complete the sentences given below with the correct form of the words in brackets. Neha learned a ___ lesson from...

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Grammar
By TalktoMe / June 22, 2019

Antonyms or Opposites

An antonym is a word that has an opposite or reverse meaning. For example, the antonym for “tall” is “short,”...

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