54041 10 common expressions in english

Common erros in English part 10

Common erros in English part 10
... with snooze) loping or lopping? lope + ing = loping He was LOPING along with long strides, lop + ing = lopping LOPPING the trees will just encourage them to grow taller See ADDING ENDINGS (i) and ... MASTERLY - very skilful mathematics (not mathmatics) mating or matting? mate + ing = mating mat + ing = matting See ADDING ENDINGS (i) + (ii) matrix (singular) matrices or matrixes (plural) See FOREIGN ... mimicking See SOFT c AND SOFT G miniature minuscule (not miniscule) minute (not minuit) miracle miscellaneous miscellany 138 MOPING OR MOPPING? mischief See EI/IE SPELLING RULE mischievous (not mischievious,...
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Most common idiomatic expressions in english

Most common idiomatic expressions in english
... don’t make a decision Be first to know when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's free) Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ...
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Common idiomatic expressions in english

Common idiomatic expressions in english
... To turn a deaf ear to something is to disregard it Hold water If something holds water, it stands scrutiny By hook or by crook To achieve something by hook or by crook is to it by fair ... hook or by crook is to it by fair means or foul means Stay on top of your writing! Download our grammar guide from www.englishgrammar.org to stay up-to-date Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ...
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Most common idiomatic expressions in english

Most common idiomatic expressions in english
... When you sit on the fence, you don’t make a decision Stay on top of your writing! Download our grammar guide from www.englishgrammar.org to stay up-to-date Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ...
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1000 Most Common Words in English - Numbers Vocabulary

1000 Most Common Words in English - Numbers Vocabulary
... control 750 decimal 1000 Most Common Words in English Numbers 726 - 1000 - Vocabulary for ESL EFL TEFL TOEFL TESL English Learners Rank Word 751 gentle 752 woman 753 captain 754 practice 755 ... tire 493 bring 494 yes 495 distant 496 fill 497 east 498 paint 499 language 500 among 438 ocean 439 warm 489 brought 490 heat 1000 Most Common Words in English Numbers 501 - 725 - Vocabulary ... 1000 Most Common Words in English - Numbers 251 - 500 Vocabulary for ESL EFL TEFL TOEFL TESL English Learners Rank Word 251 open 252 seem 253 together 254 next 255 white 256 children 257 begin...
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quick solutions to common errors in English

quick solutions to common errors in English
... trouble, you will find some words listed with a useful cross-reference dining or dinning? dine + ing = dining (as in dining room) din + ing = dinning (noise dinning in ears) See ADDING ENDINGS (i) and ... Spring Hill House, Spring Hill Road, Oxford OX5 1RX, United Kingdom info@howtobooks.co.uk www.howtobooks.co.uk Quick Solutions to Common Errors in English Angela Burt An A-Zguide to spelling ... hoping carer sincerity separation achieved Do, however, keep the -e in words like singeing (different from singing) and dyeing (different ADDING ENDINGS from dying) and whenever you need to keep...
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130 common mistakes in english

130 common mistakes in english
... tor of English for Business Barcelona, English for Business M adrid, English Phone and Words 300 English for Business Barcelona teaches English lessons to companies in the Barcelona area English ... reason why She couldn’t explain the reason why she was here She couldn’t explain the reason because she was here 120 Think of I’m thinking of moving to Australia I’m thinking to move to Australia ... reason why She couldn’t explain the reason why she was here She couldn’t explain the reason because she was here 120 Think of I’m thinking of moving to Australia I’m thinking to move to Australia...
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EXERCISES (SOME COMMON PATERNS IN ENGLISH)

EXERCISES (SOME COMMON PATERNS IN ENGLISH)
... It was Finding a flat in this city isn’t easy  It’s not  People find it John was too ill to go to work  John was not My French friend finds driving on the left ... used to getting up early A I don’t find it difficult to get up early C I’m accustomed to getting up early B It isn’t difficult for me to get up early D All are correct Rewrite the following sentences: ...  My French friend finds it It is too difficult to understand what he is saying because he’s speaking too softly His speaking is It was such...
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longman common mistakes in english

longman common mistakes in english
... go Say: The rain prevented me from going Succeed in 4- -ing Don't say: Paula succeeded to win the prize Say: Paula succeeded in winning the prize Think of + -ing Don't say: often think to go to ... pen at home 173 Using according to my opinion instead of hi my opinion Don't say: According to my opinion, she's right / Say: In my opmion, she's right Note ' think A v o i d using the p h r a ... rain instead of in the rain Don't say: They played football under the rain / Sav: They played football in the rain Note Also in t h e s u n a n d in t h e sh3de (he shade', H e i v a s sitting in...
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Common erros in English part 7

Common erros in English part 7
... firey Wrong spelling See FIERY flamingo (singular) flamingoes or flamingos (plural) flammable or inflammable Both words mean 'easily bursting into flame' People often think that inflammable is ... Latin word per, meaning through (Experience is what we gain from going 'through' something.) explain explained, explaining explanation (not -plain-) explicit or implicit? EXPLICIT = stated clearly ... enrolled, enrolling (British English - enrol; American English - enroll) enrolment (British English - enrolment; American English enrollment) ensure or insure? to ENSURE = to make sure to INSURE = to...
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Common erros in English part 8

Common erros in English part 8
... hyphenated in a more modern one; sometimes words hyphenated in an older dictionary will now be written as one word Is it washing machine or washing-machine, wash-basin or washbasin, print-out or printout? ... no payment honour honourable hoof (singular) hoofs or hooves (plural) See PLURALS (v) hoping or hopping? hope + ing = hoping hop + ing = hopping See ADDING ENDINGS (i) and (ii) horde See HOARD ... fifty-five ninety-nine twenty-five fifty-fifth ninety-ninth Hyphens are also used to join fractions when they are written as words: 1 08 HYPHENS three-quarters five-ninths (iii) Hyphens are used to join...
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