Educational infographic & data visualisation Commonly Confused Adjectives with Explanations.uniquelanguag… Infographic Description Commonly Confused Adjectives with Explanations.

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Learning how to use prepositions of time in on at. This grammar lesson also shows examples of how to use them in a sentence. This site has also many more resources on grammar.

Active vs. Passive Voice - a helpful infographic

Change Passive Voice to Active Voice

Change Passive Voice to Active Voice. writing sentences in passive voice is discouraged b/c it can obscure the subject of the sentence & confuse the reader. It also usually creates a wordy and awkward sentence construction.

Talk2Me English : The Present Perfect Tense - Simplified

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EwR.Speaking Poster #English Do you want to speak faster?

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Do you want to speak faster English? - NB: All of these contractions work with a British and American accent, except 9 and 10 (American accent only!

both - either - neither - B1

Do you want to learn how to use both "neither" and "either"? Check out this great graphic by Woodward English that explains the use of the correlative conjunctions: both/and, either/or, and.

Can and Could in English - Modal Verbs

The correct usage of CAN and COULD in American Casual, Spoken English using "Modal Verbs", general rules to go by (never hard and fast or forever, always, aka: always exceptions but here's a really good start)

MAY and MIGHT  - B1

Quick grammar tip with chart! Uses of the modal verbs MAY and MIGHT in English from Woodward English.

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