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Wander and Wonder

December 23, 2016
Wander and Wonder

I think that the easiest way to understand the difference between these two words – wander and wonder – is to actually know what they mean and to learn a couple of (short) sentences which will help you remember their meaning later on. In writing, only one letter sets them apart, therefore spelling should not […]

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To, Too, Two

May 12, 2015
To, Too, Two

Today we will focus on another set of homophones: to, too and two. It seems that it doesn’t matter if the ones using these words are native speakers of foreigners, they can appear in the wrong places either because of a typo or because their meaning is unknown. To is often found in front of […]

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Comparison of adjectives

January 3, 2015
Comparison of adjectives

Here are some basic things that I hope you all know, plus some extra information. I The basic form of adjectives (and adverbs) 1) Short adjectives – the ones that have only one syllable, or two syllables *and* they also end in –ly, -y or -w; – form the comparative grade by adding the –(e)r termination; […]

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