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11 Example Sentences Who, Whose,Whom and Definitions WHOSE WHOSE is a pronoun. It is used in questions to ask who owns something. It is a possessive pronoun. Example; her, his, our and etc… Examples Whose gloves are these? Whose notebook was stolen in the class? This is Mary, whose mother went to university with me. Alex whose mother is an Math teacher lives in London. Here are WHOM WHOM is an object pronoun. Example; him, her, us… It should be used to refer to the object of a verb or…

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Using Either ... or & Neither ... nor in English - English Study Here English Grammar, Grammar, English, English Grammar Rules, English Vocabulary Words, English Vocabulary Words Learning, Good Vocabulary Words, English Speaking Skills, Learn English Grammar

Using Either … or & Neither … nor in English Using Either … or Either refers to any one of the two things or people. Either is always considered singular in a sentence. Either… or is a correlative conjunction. We use either … or for connect things which are the same types, phrases, clauses or words. Example Sentences Either he or she cooks dinner. Either Mark or Samuel will go. You can either come with me now or walk home. They don’t have enough time. They can either have breakfast or have a…

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Detailed Conjunctions List in English Comparision Evidently Eqaully As with Likewise In the same way Similarly Like Of contrast Conclusion To conclude In conclusion Finally On the whole Summarizing Overall To sum up Despite this In comparison In contrast Even though illustration For example Such as For instance Such as In other words An instance As revealed by To show that In the case of As an example For one thing Conclusion To conclude In conclusion Finally On the whole Summarising Overall…

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Little, a little, few, a few - English Grammar - English Study Here English Grammar, Nouns, English Vocabulary Words, English Vocabulary Words Learning, Vocabulary Words, English Vocabulary, Grammar Lessons, English Words, English Language Learning

Little, a little, few, a few – English Grammar A little A little is used with positive quantity and non-countable nouns. It means “a small amoun” or “some”. Examples; There is a little milk in the refrigerator Would you like a little water? Mary got a little bit of pie. Can’t you discount it a little? A few A few represents a positive quantity. It is used with plural nouns. It means some, a small amoun. A few + Plural Countable Nouns Examples; He has a few good friends so he is happy. There…

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Using Although and Even though in English - English Study Here English, English Grammar, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Grammar, English Vocabulary Words Learning, English Tips, English Learning Spoken, Good Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words

Using Although and Even though in English Using Although in English “Although” means “in spite of something”. Although + Subject + Verb Example Sentences Althoughit rained all day, we enjoyed the football match very much. She failed in the math exam, althoughshe studied very hard. Althoughhe ran very fast, she lost the final race. Althoughhe is rich, he has no girl friend. Althoughstudying French seems difficult, it’s simpler than you think. Using Even though in English “Even though” means…

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English Informal and Formal Words List; Informal Formal Ask for Request Look into Investigate Refer to Consult Hungry Famished But However Wrong Incorrect Mad Insane Let Allow Eager Avid Dare Challenge Hurt Damage Show Demonstrate Avoid Evade Sick ill Give up Quit Empty Vacant Mend Repair Idea Notion See Observe Need Require Informal Formal Live Reside Whole Entire Blow up Explode Thanks Gratitude Worse Inferior Keep Preserve Dim Indistinct Death Demise Job Occupation Dad Father Hopeless…

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