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10 important Grammar points

Most common and important grammar points Today, I’m posting this cool infographic from an artist. In this infographic, there are 10 very very important English grammar points. These are also some of the common English grammar mistakes that students often make. So, learn them thoroughly.     Of course, you can learn a great deal from this infographic. Here are some quick notes on these important grammar points. 1. apostrophe: This is used to show the ownership of something. Usually with plurals, you don’t use “s”. With singular nouns, you can use “s”. For example, Sujan’s, My sister’s but not our sisters’s. Here you can use our sisters’ This is …

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Common Mistakes with articles

This blog post explains few common mistakes that candidates make not just in IELTS but while using English in general.

Read and learn the correct usage of this simple grammar.

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Letter Writing: First Paragraph structure

This blog post explains you how you can structure your first paragraph in the letter. Generally, everything you write is structured in a proper manner and it is necessary to make your point clear from the beginning.

So, learn how you can frame your paragraph at the top.

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Listening: How great leaders drive action

This blog post gives you a video about how marketing giants drive action and meanwhile I also explain some of the key vocabulary in the video.

So, enjoy the video and learn.

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Vocabulary: Some confusing words

This blog post explains three basic vocabulary which may be confusing sometimes. Candidates make silly mistakes. So, I always suggest you to make notes of these words in your notebook and review them regularly.

Which word should you use?
teach or learn
borrow or lend
personnel or personal

I hope you will enjoy this post.

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