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Double Comparatives

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Double Comparatives The more money you have,  the more stressed you will be.              MORE + ADJECTIVE ✅  the more things you can buy.                    MORE + NOUN ✅ the more buy you can.                     

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Present Simple Tense Guide 3

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Present Simple Tense The present simple tense in English is used to describe an action that is regular, true or normal. Today we will talk about: When we use the Present Simple Tense Common Phrases that are used with the Present Tense The Basic Conjugation of the Present Simple and Past Simple Tenses Be Questions

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Help has arrived

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Allow me to introduce to you, what I like to call, the three silent “Superstars” of the English Grammar: the verbs “Be”, “Do” and “Have”! Of course you’ll often see them holding the main role in a sentence, like in the following:       I am a student. I have a sister. I do

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IF vs WHEN

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What if? IF We use if to introduce a possible or unreal situation or condition.   Possible / Might happen If my friend visits Singapore, I will take him to Gardens by the Bay. He might not come! If I have time tonight, I will do my homework. I am very busy though. I might

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