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Prepositional Phrases! Following are important prepositional phrases in English you should learn to broaden your vocabulary

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English Phrases – Expressing Opinions I am sure / I am certain that … I’m absolutely convinced… I am not certain, but… I am sure/certain/convinced that… I am under the impression that … I tend to think that… The main points are… Some people say that… The essential point is… I have the feeling that … I hold the opinion/ view that … I might be wrong but… I’m of the opinion that… I bet that… If you ask me… My conviction is that… Personally, I think… The point is that… I feel that… I would say…

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List of Contractions in English - Lessons For English

List of Contractions in English Are not – aren’t Can not – can’t Could not – couldn’t Did not – didn’t Do not – don’t Does not – doesn’t Had not – hadn’t Have not – haven’t He is – he’s He will – he’II He would – he’d He had – he’d Here is – here’s I am – I’m I have – I’ve I will – I’d is not – isn’t it is – it’s it has – it’s it will – it’II Must not – mustn’t She is – she’s She has – she’s She will –

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English Phrases Say Good Job - Lessons For English

Different Ways to Say Good Job, English Phrases Say Good Job Good for you! You’re doing fine. That’s it. Marvelous! Cool! Tremendous! Fantastic! Excellent! Super-Duper! That’s a real work of art. You certainly did well today. Way to go. I like that. Fantastic! Tremendous! That’s how to handle that. Now that’s what I call a fine job. Nice going. Much better! You certainly did well today. That kind of work makes me happy. It’s such a pleasure to teach when You work like that! Couldn’t have…

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30 Questions to Help You Start a Conversation in Different Situations

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Using A, An, The in English - English Grammar Here

How to use A, An, The in English Table of Contents Using A in EnglishUsing An in EnglishUsing The in English Using A in English A is used in front of singular countable nouns (a person, animal or thing) which are not specific. We don’t use a before uncountable or plural nouns. If a noun starts with a consonant sound (b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, etc.), “a” comes before the noun. Examples; a cat, a bird, a child, a doctor Using An in English An is used in front of singular countable nouns which…

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Asking and Giving Direction Phrases - English Grammar Here

English Asking and Giving Direction Phrases Table of Contents Asking DirectionGiving Direction Asking Direction How do I get to library? Where is the nearest post office? Can you tell me the way to the Big Hotel? Are we on the right road for London? Can you Show me on the map, please? I’m looking for this address. How do I find…? Excuse me, How can I go to …? Dou you have a map? Are you from around here? Where is …? Which the best way to …? Pardon me, I’m lost, how do I get to …? I’m looking

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Glossary of Cooking Terms – English Grammar Today A Complete and Comprehensive Glossary of Cooking Terms Bake: To cook food in an oven Baking powder: A combination of baking soda

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100 English Phrases | 100 Basic English Phrases - English Study Here

100 English Phrases | 100 Basic English Phrases 1.Hello 2.Hi 3.See ya later 4.Sure! 5.Nope 6.How are you? 7.How’s it going? 8.How have you been? 9.How’s your family? 10.What’s up? 11.What’s new? 12.Pretty good. 13.Can’t complain. 14.7. I’ve been busy. 15.Thanks a lot. 16.I really appreciate it. 17.Would you like a drink? 18.How do you feel about…? 19.I’m returning your call. 20.Can you tell me…? 21.Would you happen to know…? 22.I have no idea/clue. 23.I’m not really sure. 24.Do you agree…

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Easy Conversations about Transportation For ESL Students - ESLBuzz Learning English

Everyday Conversations about Transportation for English Learners: BUS STATION, BUS, SUBWAY, TAXI