Too and Enough, So and Such 2

Too and Enough, So and Such
. Too and Enough : Too and Enough are used with adjectives and indicate degree. Here we have provide you the different usages of Too and Enough, So and Such. A. Too means ‘more is necessary or desirable.’ 1. To + adjective / adverb Ex: This jumper’s too big. Can I try a smaller size? 2. ...

English Idioms About Movement 3

English Idioms About Movement
English Idioms About Movement The idioms introduce here all deal with action . Some idioms related top negative actions. ♦ When people are axed,they‘re fired or lose their jobs . ♦ If a worker does something wrong , her boss may call her on the carpet , scold her or bawl her out . ♦ ...

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE

Active/Passive Voice In English Grammar, sometimes the doer of the action is not mentioned. This happens simply because: • the action, and not the doer/actor of the action, is important. You enter a classroom and you see that “the chairs are arranged in a semi-circle around a table.” The focus is on the action, i.e. ...

Mathematical Numbers in English

It is vital for an English Learner to know how to read or say the mathematical signs and numbers. In this post we have provided the most common English mathematical numbers and signs & way of reading and telling them. 1) +  plus Two plus three is five . (2+3=5)    2) –  minus  Six ...

Obligation and Necessity (Modals) 8

A. Must / Must not + infinitive without to Must is used: 1. For strong obligation imposed by the speaker. The speaker uses must to express his/her authority. Ex: You must be here by 8 am. (manager to employee) 2. to give strong advice. Ex: It’s a great film. You really must go and see it. ...

Imperative Statements

Imperative Statements
Most imperative statements, or commands, are given in the second-person singular or plural (you). The formation of a verb as an imperative is quite simple: Remove the particle word to from the infinitive, and you have a command: Go home. Have fun. Be happy. Drive slowly.  If you change a statement to a command, the ...

Common English Irregular Plurals Forms 3

Common English Irregular Plurals Forms
Most nouns in English are made into plural nouns by adding an ‘s’ to the singular form. If the noun ends with an s, ch, sh, or x, an ‘es ‘ is added to make the noun plural. Plural nouns that are not made plural in this way are irregular plural nouns . . Irregular ...

Sample Functional Resume – Management 2

Sample Functional Resume - Management
What is a Functional Resume? A functional resume focuses on your skills and experience, rather than on your chronological work history. It is used most often by people who are changing careers or who have gaps in their employment history. Sample Functional Resume – Management Jose A. Adelo 1525 Jackson Street, City, NY 11111 Phone: ...

Verb + Preposition Combinations (#2) 12

The materials on this page have been prepared by Kenneth Beare (About.com Guide), put together and moved to English-learners.com by Ehsan Shams. Verbs + From The following verbs are commonly used with ‘from’. Each verb + from combination includes an example sentence to provide context. bar someone from (doing) something: Jack has barred Jennifer from visiting his daughter. ...

Expressions, Idioms & Proverbs About Money 2

Expressions, Idioms & Proverbs About Money
Expressions, idioms & proverbs about money : I am not made of money : Meaning: I don’t make money. Be closed-fisted : Meaning: To be very stingy. Be pressed for money : Meaning: To be very rich. Be rolling in money : Meaning: When you have a lot of money. Live on a shoe string : Meaning: To have ...