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Adverbs

By English Tutor, Africa: Adverbs are used to introduce a statement that contrasts with or seems to contradict something that has been said previously: Examples of adverbs: However, nevertheless, nonetheless, still, yet, even though, although, though, despite, in spite of, notwithstanding etc… There are quite a few of them and it can be up to you which adverb you choose […]

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Unforgivable Expose

By English Tutor, Africa: Most of my lessons are inspired by what I hear from people that I see every day; in the office and at home, and hanging out with my friends. I promised that I would expose some of my friends, and what kind of friend would I be if I didn't live up to my promise? I […]

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Vocabulary – importance?

By English Tutor, Africa: Vocabulary is all the words that a person knows, all the words in the dictionary. Synonyms of vocabulary include words, dictionary, language etc. When I lived at a commune, a house mate would always say to me, “Khuthie, I really want to learn to speak like you”. It was flattering, to hear that, but I did […]

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Grammar – Back to Basics

By English Tutor, Africa: There are many things and lessons that many of us were taught in primary and high school that were quite boring and didn't make any sense then. They are the building blocks of grammar. When you eventually construct a sentence, it is important to know what function each word plays AND this may not be the […]

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