Understanding Grammar and Other English Lessons

This article is an example of the best resources available to improve one’s knowledge about grammar and other English lessons. It has different sections that contain varying English lessons. Check it out:

Learn English with this understanding English lesson – Be On the Same Page

http://www.englishbaby.com/lessons/6731/eavesdropping/be_on_the_same_pageGo Super to Listen

Have you ever felt like you’re the only person in the room who doesn’t understand what’s going on? It could be that you’re talking with people in a second language and your skills aren’t strong enough. Or you could be discussing a subject that you have no experience with, like computer science or farming or poetry. In those situations, you want to be on the same page as everyone else, but it’s just not happening. There are times when being on the same page as everyone else is extremely important. Do you have an exam tomorrow? If you’re on the same page as your teacher, you’ll know what to study. Are you at the end of a first date with a girl and you don’t want to see her again? Hopefully she’s on the same page as you, and you can shake hands and say good night as friends. Sultan wants to be on the same page as everyone else. Where is he? Learn more in today’s English lesson about understanding each other. Learn English with this understanding English lesson – Be On the Same Page

These are rules about grammar and the mistakes that people are quick to correct. I find this interesting and those who are trying to improve their grammar skills can make a good use out of this article too.

Ten Grammar

http://www.neatorama.com/2014/10/15/Ten-Grammar-Mistakes-People-Love-to-Correct-That-Arent-Actually-Wrong/If you’re one of those people who goes around correcting the grammar, spelling and word usage of others, take heed: you may want to double-check those “hard and fast” rules. Author Lauren Davis wrote an article for i09 in which she discusses ten often corrected “mistakes” that are subjective at worst. Let’s take ending a sentence with a preposition, for example. Davis has this to say about that grammatical situation,

Here you have it: an apocryphal graphic quotation at top and some schooling underneath. Read the rest of Davis’ article here. -Via i09 | Image: Lifehack Quotes

Let’s take ending a sentence with a preposition, for example.

Davis has this to say about that grammatical situation,”There’s a cheeky sentence on the matter that is frequently (and apocryphally) attributed to Winston Churchill: “This is the sort of bloody nonsense up with which I will not put.” Via neatorama.com

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Jason Lab is a hardware store owner and an English teacher. He has dedicated his life in providing home construction supplies to the public as well as in imparting his remarkable knowledge in the English subject.

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