Afraid means ‘frightened’. Are you afraid? Afraid and fear Be afraid is more common than fear in an informal style. Don’t be afraid. (NOT Don’t… Continue reading
More and Most
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… Continue reading
How to improve your vocabulary?
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… Continue reading
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