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How To Make And Accept An Apology In English

How To Make And Accept An Apology In English

How to Make and Accept an Apology in English! In our daily conversation, we sometimes have to ask for an apology or to accept someone’s apology. It is a very common thing in our life. Saying “Sorry” is a cold way to make an apology and similarly “It’s Ok” is the coldest one to accept an apology.

How and when to use Did with Daily use sentences

How and when to use Did with Daily use sentences

Did is used when we are talking in past tense. And it becomes fairly simple here because both do and does become did in the past tense.

Examples of pronouns

Examples of pronouns

A pronoun is a word that stands in a place of a noun. Pronouns are one of the eight parts of speech. A different pronoun is required relying on the noun being replaced and the function that the noun has in the sentence.

Interrogative Sentences

Interrogative Sentences

An interrogative sentence is a sentence that asks a question. While using some interrogative pronouns such as What, Whom, Where, Which, etc., we conventionally use the preposition at the start or at the end of the sentence.

Daily Use English Sentences

Daily Use English Sentences

Daily Use English Sentences

10 TOP TIPS FOR IMPROVING YOUR SPOKEN ENGLISH

10 TOP TIPS FOR IMPROVING YOUR SPOKEN ENGLISH

English is just another language. Treat it that way! Listening, Reading, Speaking, and Writing are pioneers of any language. Certainly, English is considered to be easy to learn and an accessible language.

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Word Coach - Vocabulary Builder Quiz App and Game

As we know that, now people are smarter day by day and they impress other by there communication and speech. To be honest, to impress other people by your communication you need to improve your vocabulary.

We all know that there is a multiple way to improve your communication skill but for vocabulary you need to learn new words every day. For that, you can use newspaper, Blog reading and vocabulary builder application.

As learning and improving your English vocabulary can bring you so many benefits but it isn’t always easy to learn English vocabulary. Using word coach you and your friends & family improve English Vocabulary and help you become the smartest among your group and other all places.

Words coach is fun game/quiz and vocabulary builder application that is provided new words, game and quiz, word detail information and blog. Those whose English Language skills are good and want to pass their time in some productive activity can also play this game or quiz for fun and joy. Also, It is useful for such competitive exams and improves your vocabulary too. Words coach provide Definition, Synonyms, and Antonyms of the words.

Productivity or learning is heavily affected by communication skills. If you employ and student non-native English speakers, you can encourage them to use Word coach in a daily personal development routine to improve their vocabulary.

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