Hello, my dear friends,Sometimes, I have a doubt for using "like", or "similar to" in my writing.Please, look at these following sentences:1. My friend is like his father.2. My friend is similar to his father.3. He speaks English like a native speake
Hi my dear friends,Today, I read on English Club's grammar about noun phrase and adjective phrase.It has said, "a red box = noun phrase", and also "quite big = adjective phrase".Here is the link, please:https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/sentence/ph
Hello, my dear friends.I have been on many English language websites since 2009, so I have seen some of them use a comma, or a full stop, or an exclamation mark after a salutation in their writing.For example:Hello, Tom. (full stop)Hello, Merry, (com
Hello, my dear friends.I read somewhere on the Internet about "an information era". We all know that the word "information" is uncountable, and also we know that we should use 'a, an" with countable nouns. How can "an information era" be correct?I am
Hello, Tanya and Dan. I am reading a book about human behavior, and I'm not sure how to describe those postures and movements in the picture below in English. Are there any specific words or phrases , or we just describe in the way we like?
Hi, my dear friends!Today, I saw this below sentence on a site:My goal is to help people.I always have this question in my mind, in which cases we can use an infinitive after the verb "to be"?May you help me, please?Thanks in advance and best wishes,
Hi, my dear friends!I have read on English Club's grammar, if we want to talk about 450,000 we should say:Four hundred and fifty thousand.Now, here is my question:Can we also say "Four fifty thousand"?If not, why?Thanks in advance,