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Lose vs. Loss

Lose and loss are a pair of words that have somewhat similar meanings which cause the most people to confuse them and use them in each other’s place.Today I will discuss the meanings and usage of both these words with examples so learners of Englis...

added by angbeenc
13 days ago

Destroy or Destruct

Destroy and destruct are synonyms to each other.Synonyms are the pair of words which have similar meanings to each other and may be used in each other’s place.Destroy as verb:In English language, destroy is used as a verb which means to end somethi...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Closer vs. Closure

Homophones are words in English language that are pronounced the same way but have different spellings and meanings. One such pair of words is closer and closure.I will discuss their meaning and usage in English language in detail today.Closer as nou...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Aspiration vs. Inspiration

Aspiration and inspiration are two words that have little spelling difference but a huge difference in their meanings.Today I will talk about both these terms in detail to differentiate in their meaning and usage in English language.Aspiration as nou...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Into vs. In to

Although considered an easy and simple language, English language has its fair share of confusions. There are many words that are spelled and spoken the same way but have some minor differences in writing and huge differences in meaning. One such exa...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Generalise vs. Generalize

There are some minor differences in spellings of the same world in different parts of the world. Generalize and generalise also belong to the same category of words.Generalize as verb:Generalize is a verb used in English language and it originated fr...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

To vs. Too

There are some pairs of words that are easily mixed up with one and another. One example of such pair of words is too and to.Today I will discuss both of them in detail.To as preposition:To is used as a preposition which means to express motion in a ...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Poser vs. Poseur

There are some very confusing pairs of words in English language which have very different meanings from each other.Poser as noun:In English language poser is used as a noun which means someone who poses or stands or sits in a specific manner.Example...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Instrumental Compounds

Among many other complex English grammar terms and elements, one is instrumental words or compounds.Today I will talk about their meaning and usage in English language and grammar.Instrumental Compound:A compound which is mostly an adjective in which...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Impersonal Verbs

There are numerous forms of verbs and today I have decided to talk about impersonal verbs. The literal meaning of impersonal does not define impersonal verbs.Impersonal verb:A verb that does not have a determinate subject is called impersonal verb.Ex...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Intensifier

An intensifier is an element of English grammar that intensifies the meaning of a single word or complete sentence.An intensifier is usually an adverb or an adjective. It does not change the meaning of the sentence in any way but only strengthens or ...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Interjection

Among many other elements of English grammar one is interjection.Let’s discuss about interjection sin detail, their usage and examples in English language.Interjection:A part of speech which demonstrates a feeling or emotion of the writer is called...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Finite Verb

Among many different forms of verbs, finite verbs is one of the less known. You may or may not be aware of it but it is a very integral part of the English grammar.Today I will discuss finite verb in detail.Finite Verb:A verb that demonstrates or sho...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Grammatical Head

There’s a head on top of your body and then there is a head of a language and its grammar. Today I will discuss about grammatical head of English language.Head:As head is the most important part of the whole body, likewise, grammatical head is the ...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Genitive Case

Among many other cases in English grammar, there exists genitive case. It is a case which is related to the possession of things.I will talk about genitive case in detail.Genitive Case:When a noun or any other element of English grammar is to show it...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

The Most Difficult Words to Spell in English

And, then come those complex words that don’t even enter our tongue, leave alone learning or using them. But why are those words there? • For most English language exams, knowledge of these words can help you score easily • Spell Bee ...

added by acronimous
1 month ago

Demonstrative Sentence

Among many types of sentences one type is demonstrative sentences. The name may not be very clear as to the meaning and usage of declarative sentence sin English language as demonstrative means to demonstrate or represent.I will discuss in detail wha...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Determiner

Each word in English language has a specific name depending on the position it holds in a sentence. Today we will discuss about on such position dependent word that is called the determiner.Determiner:A determiner is a word that introduces a noun or ...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Declarative Sentence

English has a lot of different variations in it which are not known to everyone. Some basic English learners are not aware of so many different types of sentences and clauses that are found in the language.Today I will be discussing one type of sente...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Dative Case

English is an old language and there are some terms that were used in the Old English which are not so common nowadays. One such element of Old English is dative case which was very common in old inflected languages.Dative Case:Dative is the noun or ...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Double Object

An object is the part of a sentence that. It is related to the subject and verb of the sentence and represents the noun on which the action is taking place by the subject.Today I will discuss about the less known part of a sentence that is the double...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Elliptical Sentence

In English language a lot of complex words and forms exist which are not so commonly known by native English speakers as well. Only learners of English whose keen mission is to understand the grammatical aspects of language are aware of such things.O...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Feminine

In English language, a noun may be masculine, feminine or neuter form. Today I will discuss about the feminine form of the noun and what it means.Feminine Noun:A noun is known as feminine if it represents or talk about the person or thing that is fem...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

The role of grammar in learning foreign languages

Recently, the question has been raised more and more often about the role and importance of grammar directly in the process of teaching foreign languages. As you know, in the history of teaching foreign languages ​​the question of the role of gra...

added by esthercrowder
2 months ago

How Many Words Does an Average Person Know?

According to thelinguist.com, a research done on vocabulary size and auditory syllable recognition among children in pre-school aged 2-5 years using “the visual world paradigm with semantic and phonological competitors to study lexical process...

added by acronimous
2 months ago

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