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Where to start with grammar and language learning? If you're a language user (the odds are good if you're reading this article), there are two ways to approach grammar and language use. The prescriptive grammar approach tells you how you should use the language. Think of a prescription the doctor writes, telling you to take pills once a day with food for five days. The descriptive grammar approach is used to describe what really happens with language out on the streets
Choosing between the present and past forms of the participial adjectives imposes problems to ESL/EFL students. English learners often use present and past participial adjectives interchangeably. The current paper discusses those problems and provides two lesson plans in order to teach the participial adjectives using two different methods; the inductive method and the deductive method as well as highlighting the theories behind those methods.
English verbs - no more complications! In short, what do you need to know?
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Homophones are words that have exactly the same sound (pronunciation) but different meanings and (usually) spelling.
The structure of a sentence is very important to communication because words in different sequences can mean different things, although the words are the same.