Must is not used very often in American English in everyday conversations. It’s considered to be a rather strong word and is best reserved for rules and personal obligations. This post will explain when to use have to and must.
We can use extreme adjectives to describe something when regular adjectives don’t really do the trick. This post will look at gradable and non-gradable adjectives.
Does somebody have any questions?
Can you explain why that sounds wrong? After reading this post, you will definitely be able to!
Is there anything wrong with this sentence? Yes, there is…
I have much time to finish the project.
Does the statement above sound right to you? This post will tell you which quantifiers go with countable and uncountable nouns. „Quantifiers with countable and uncountable nouns“ weiterlesen
Something is not quite right with this sentence… read on to find out what. „Adverbs of time“ weiterlesen
When saying that someone is not at home, in the office or other place where you are currently located, do we say: a) ‚He’s not there at the moment‘ or b) ‚He’s not here at the moment‘? „Adverbs of place“ weiterlesen
1) She has birthday today.
2) It’s her birthday today. „It and there“ weiterlesen
‚I live in the near from Schönhauser Alle.‘
In English, instead of saying ‚in the near from‘, we say ‚I live near Schönhauser Alle.‘. Below are some ways we use near and nearby when talking about distance in space. „Near and nearby“ weiterlesen