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Expressing lost opportunity We can use modals to talk about possibility or advisability in the past. Sometimes these modals are referred...

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Expressing lost opportunity We can use modals to talk about possibility or advisability in the past. Sometimes these modals are referred to as modals of lost opportunity. They include should have, ought to have, and could have.  Examples:  I should have done my homework. (I didn’t do my homework, and now I regret it.) I […]

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Every day vs. Everyday. Is there a difference? Everyday is an adjective. It tells what kind. It means daily. For example, There are many ways to reduce plastic waste in everyday life. Every day is an adverbial phrase. It tells how often. For example, The Wilsons recycle every day. Here are more examples: I go […]

What’s your secret? You probably already have special tips or tricks that makes online learning easier and more efficient. These strategies help you enjoy learning English. But strategies are personal and you need to choose ones that work for you. Read the list and number them in order, most useful (1) to least useful (10). […]