More and Most

January 24, 2011

More is the comparative form of much and many. It indicates a greater amount or number than that is indicated by much or many. You should sleep more than you do at the moment. I need more time to finish the work. More of Before a noun with a determiner we use more of. He […]

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How to improve your vocabulary?

October 30, 2010

There are several ways to improve and expand your English vocabulary. Reading, for example, is great way to learn new words. There are plenty of other methods too. Create Vocabulary Themes Vocabulary themes are a great way to enrich your vocabulary. Create themes that include words, their definition and example sentences. Watch English films Watch […]

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Easily confused words Quiz 1

October 27, 2010

Confusing words are words that are very similar in spelling or pronunciation. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. Each question has only one correct answer. 1.      The speaker made several ————— to mythology in his speech. a)      Illusions b)      Allusions 2.      We must make every effort to ————- a Third World War. a)      […]

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