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Hello ESL learners!
I've been certified in not only teaching ESL, but also in preparing for the TOEFL iBT.
If you are taking this lengthy test, the idea is that you already know English. That is to say: when preparing for the iBT, you should expect to be trained on the exam's layout and its' strategies. Conversely, you should NOT expect to be taught English.
There is, however, time for grammar review and things like that, but you need to already know English.
Hello English learners!
Have you ever been speaking, typing or writing and been confused about when to use How much or How many when speaking typing or writing about quantity?
Today is your lucky day!
The use of when to use these question forms depends on if the noun is countable or uncountable.
A countable noun is something --yep, you guessed it -- you can…Continue
Creating a sentence like ""Peruvian food is tastier than Mexican food" can be very difficult if you aren't familiar with the rules of comparative adjectives.
Today, I'm here to help!
First, we will begin with the formula when using comparative adjectives:
Comparative adjective + than
We use comparative adjectives to describe two nouns.
Now, I will give you the principal rules for using comparative…Continue