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One day, I opened my eyes and was surprised, even shocked. How could everything be so dark, total black, the darkest black, without color, not even a single dot of light. I tried to sit on my bed. My heart was full of anxiety and confusion.... "I still can't believe this. Am I blind now?". My two hands were shivering and still holding the blanket. I was sure that that was not a dream.…Continue
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Here is another new writing challenge in the year of 2019. As you see in the title, "How I Describe ....." will be the main topic. Your task is to describe an abstract noun. Click the following link to read my first entry.…Continue
Understanding parts of speech is important for speaking English fluently! Quickly review some information via this infographic, but be sure to check out my blog for more detailed information and examples on www.jenesl760.com…Continue
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A noun is one of the most important words we use in speaking and writing. It refers to a person,place or thing. In this post, we will discuss the techniques of using noun. We will learn how to use noun in sentences for both speaking and writing.
First of all, the classification of noun:
01.Proper noun: you can identify a proper noun by checking the first letter of a word. If it is capitalized, we can identify it as a proper noun.
02.Common noun: It refers to the general…Continue
All of us who have studied languages discover words and phrases with more than one meaning. These may have different meanings for native speakers in a single place or have a meaning in one place that is different from the meaning in another. These differences can be difficult and sometimes embarrassing for learners of the new language.
I am a native English speaker and have been surprised in my own language when visiting other English speaking countries. Many years ago my wife…