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Really Learn English

"every student" or "every students"

26-08-2013
"Every" is always followed by a singular verb. That's because we refer to every single item, and NOT to all of them combined.

3 major vocabulary building tips

20-08-2013
Reading can greatly help you in building vocabulary.

"been to" vs "gone to"

10-08-2013
Do you know what's the difference between "been to" and "gone to"?

Hear & Listen

10-08-2013
What's the difference between saying "I can't hear you" and "I can't listen to you"?

Speak or Talk?

07-08-2013
Well, these two words basically mean the same thing. However, there is a difference in the way we USE these words.

If and Whether

19-07-2013
We use the word "whether" to show there is doubt about something, or that there are two different options.

Fish -> Fishes???

10-04-2013
English plural forms tend to be pretty simple, in most cases.

E.g. or I.e.?

20-03-2013
So what's the difference between "e.g." and "i.e."? These two come from Latin and they are quite common in English writing.