Discourse Markers

Discourse Markers
Discourse markers are expressions that are used to show how discourse is constructed. They can show the connection between what a speaker is saying and what has already been said or what is going to be said; they can help to make clear the structure of what is being said; they can indicate what speakers ...

Key Facts about Nouns and Pronouns

Key Facts about Nouns and Pronouns
Key Facts about Nouns Nouns describe concrete things that you can see or touch: a friend, a house, a church; and abstract things that you can not see or touch: happiness, information, love, time. 1. Plurals To form the plural of most nouns add -(e)s: friend-friends, house-houses, church-churches Nouns ending in -ch, -sh, -s, -ss, ...

Collocative Phrases (Adjectives, Modal verbs &…) for “Show” 2

Collocative Phrases (Adjectives, Modal verbs &...) for
When someone wants you or you yourself want to say or describe that the photo/the view/image (sth) shows a feeling or … * You can use these collocative phrases (adjectives,modal verbs&…) for show : 1. It is clearly / obviously shown in the photo that 2.The photo aims to / attempts to / seeks to ...