How to Write a Sentence: #5 Adjectives & Adverbs; Nine Parts of Speech — Mary’s English Blog

There are nine parts of speech in English: nouns, pronouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections. This means that every word in an English sentence belongs to one of the nine parts (or groups). Remember that words can often belong to more than one group; for example: verb – to demand, to guide, to […]

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Train your brain to recognize opportunity — Mary’s English Blog

 

There is so much information about how to be successful in life: self-help books, videos, the internet. It can be overwhelming. Would you like to know how your brain filters the information that it receives? How about using visualization to reprogram your brain to recognize opportunity? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your brain could spot […]

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GENEROSITY is a connector – Choose to be GENEROUS with your English — The FUTURE of Learning

(Photo credit: http://bit.ly/2HhYpjn) When I was growing up, being generous was considered a ‘family’ word. That meant that when you are around family generosity was to be accepted as the most important personality trait to have. As kids we never wanted to share (of course, we were kids! We wanted everything for ourselves!) but we […]

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A Song containing Relative Clauses: #2 — Mary’s English Blog

 

Shania Twain sings a song called “You’re Still The One” which has several Relative Clauses in the chorus. (See also Shakira, and One Republic.) Links below: one link is the official music video, and the other link has lyrics only, so that you can sing while you’re listening. Because she sings the chorus three times, […]

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A Song containing Relative Clauses: #2 — Mary’s English Blog

 

Shania Twain sings a song called “You’re Still The One” which has several Relative Clauses in the chorus. (See also Shakira, and One Republic.) Links below: one link is the official music video, and the other link has lyrics only, so that you can sing while you’re listening. Because she sings the chorus three times, […]

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Essay – Some people believe that university students should be required to attend classes. Others believe that going to classes should be optional for students. Which point of view do you agree with? Use specific reasons and details to explain your answer. — pteielts

Optional attendance to classes at universities has been an increasingly popular way for students to study for several years in quite a few countries. However, it has not yet had its intended results as it had been hoped. In fact, today, this system seems to be one of the reasons for the corruption of university […]

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