Plural uncountable nouns

Most uncountable nouns are singular in number. Therefore, we use the singular form of the verb with them. Don’t hurry – there is plenty of… Continue reading

Using if

If is a subordinating conjunction. It is mainly used to introduce a condition that must exist before something else can happen. If you don’t work… Continue reading

Countable nouns

Countable nouns are the names of objects, people and places that can be counted. Examples are: flower, boy, apple, book, tree, room, house, window etc.… Continue reading