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What is the difference between Realize and Notice? - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What is the difference between realize and notice? When someone send a message to somebody and he/she did not notice immediately in this case can I say: Sorry I did not notice your message.or Sorry I did not realize your message.

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It was so short-sighted for Mai to leave school. or It was so short-sighted of Mai to leave school. - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

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What are connectors describing Result or Consequence? [Cause and Effect] - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

list of connectors describing result or consequence: As a result, Consequently, Thus, Therefore, So, That's why, For this reason

What are adverbs of affirmation? Adverbs of Affirmation and Negation Examples: by all means, certainly, surely and Quiz. Adverbs, English Grammar, Affirmations, Believe, Sayings, Words, Blog, Lyrics, Word Of Wisdom

Adverbs of Affirmation and Negation Examples & Quiz - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What are adverbs of affirmation? Adverbs of Affirmation and Negation Examples: by all means, certainly, surely and Quiz.

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Simple Past Quiz: 20 Quiz for practicing SIMPLE PAST tense - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Fill in the blank with the verb in the past simple tense (20 questions). Quiz for simple past tense: 1. Did you know that Marc __________ (pay) over $5000 for that?

In writing, the semicolon (;) is a punctuation mark that you should use to connect several ideas. Use it when you have two complete thoughts. When To Use Semicolon, Complete Sentences, Punctuation, In Writing, English Grammar, Did You Know, Connection, Thoughts, Blog

How Do You Know When to use a Semicolon (;) ? - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

In writing, the semicolon (;) is a punctuation mark that you should use to connect several ideas. Use it when you have two complete thoughts.

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What tense is this? Noun+Was / Were+Verb - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Question: Which tense did we use in this question? Example: When I caught up with her at the bus stop, she ______________ a magazine and didn’t even look at me. (read) was reading Ana answers: It is PAST CONTINUOUS You can read about it here

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👉 100+ Prepositional Phrase Sentences List ✅ & Prepositions - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Prepositional phrases with by, for, from, in, among, on, of, with, about and more. Prepositions Example: I haven't seen you for ages. Where have you been?

A preposition is a word that connects a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to some other parts of sentences. Prepositions can be confusing and difficult for English learners, because there is no definite rule or formula for choosing the right preposition! English Class, English Lessons, English Grammar, Learn English, Esl Learning, Teaching, Australian English, Prepositional Phrases, English Language Learning

👉 100+ Prepositional Phrase Sentences List ✅ & Prepositions - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Prepositional phrases with by, for, from, in, among, on, of, with, about and more. Prepositions Example: I haven't seen you for ages. Where have you been?

Parents have various reasons for choosing home schooling over traditional school teaching and one very evident reason is cost. But is it necessarily true that home schooling does not involve a lot of cost? Basic Grammar, Basic Math, English Grammar, English Language, Language Arts, English Teaching Materials, Teaching English, English Lessons, Learn English

👉 100+ Prepositional Phrase Sentences List ✅ & Prepositions - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Prepositional phrases with by, for, from, in, among, on, of, with, about and more. Prepositions Example: I haven't seen you for ages. Where have you been?

 Gerund, -ing form: the gerund is a verb form which has the ending -ing. Infinitive, to + base verb: the infinitive form is the base .

Difference between Gerund and Infinitive (simply explained) - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Gerund or infinitive? Gerund, -ing form: the gerund is a verb form which has the ending -ing. Infinitive, to + base verb: the infinitive form is the base ...

 I am is the first person singular, present simple form of be. Me is a common pronoun, and is used when the speaker refers to themselves. English Grammar, Different, Being Used, Blog

What is the difference between Me and I Am? - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What is the difference between me and I am? I am is the first person singular, present simple form of be. I is the personal pronoun for me, and am the present simple form of be. Me is a common pronoun, and is used when the speaker refers to themselves.

What is Gerund Phrase? - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What is a gerund phrase?A gerund phrase is a grammatical constituent that is made up of a verb in the gerund form (-ing suffix), and different modifiers after it.A gerund phrase acts like a noun in a sentence. They are subjects, subject complements, or objects in the sentence structure.