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What is the difference between Realize and Notice? - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What is the difference between realize and notice? When someone send a message to somebody and he/she did not notice immediately in this case can I say: Sorry I did not notice your message.or Sorry I did not realize your message.

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It was so short-sighted for Mai to leave school. or It was so short-sighted of Mai to leave school. - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What are connectors describing Result or Consequence? [Cause and Effect] - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

list of connectors describing result or consequence: As a result, Consequently, Thus, Therefore, So, That's why, For this reason

Adverbs of Affirmation and Negation Examples & Quiz - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What are adverbs of affirmation? Adverbs of Affirmation and Negation Examples: by all means, certainly, surely and Quiz.

Simple Past Quiz: 20 Quiz for practicing SIMPLE PAST tense - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Fill in the blank with the verb in the past simple tense (20 questions). Quiz for simple past tense: 1. Did you know that Marc __________ (pay) over $5000 for that?

How Do You Know When to use a Semicolon (;) ? - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

In writing, the semicolon (;) is a punctuation mark that you should use to connect several ideas. Use it when you have two complete thoughts.

What tense is this? Noun+Was / Were+Verb - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Question: Which tense did we use in this question? Example: When I caught up with her at the bus stop, she ______________ a magazine and didn’t even look at me. (read) was reading Ana answers: It is PAST CONTINUOUS You can read about it here

👉 100+ Prepositional Phrase Sentences List ✅ & Prepositions - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Prepositional phrases with by, for, from, in, among, on, of, with, about and more. Prepositions Example: I haven't seen you for ages. Where have you been?

👉 100+ Prepositional Phrase Sentences List ✅ & Prepositions - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Prepositional phrases with by, for, from, in, among, on, of, with, about and more. Prepositions Example: I haven't seen you for ages. Where have you been?

👉 100+ Prepositional Phrase Sentences List ✅ & Prepositions - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Prepositional phrases with by, for, from, in, among, on, of, with, about and more. Prepositions Example: I haven't seen you for ages. Where have you been?

Difference between Gerund and Infinitive (simply explained) - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Gerund or infinitive? Gerund, -ing form: the gerund is a verb form which has the ending -ing. Infinitive, to + base verb: the infinitive form is the base ...

What is the difference between Me and I Am? - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What is the difference between me and I am? I am is the first person singular, present simple form of be. I is the personal pronoun for me, and am the present simple form of be. Me is a common pronoun, and is used when the speaker refers to themselves.

What is Gerund Phrase? - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

What is a gerund phrase?A gerund phrase is a grammatical constituent that is made up of a verb in the gerund form (-ing suffix), and different modifiers after it.A gerund phrase acts like a noun in a sentence. They are subjects, subject complements, or objects in the sentence structure.