Category Archives: Everyday Grammar (VOA Learning English)

Everyday Grammar: Making and Responding to Suggestions – VOA Learning English (Feb 22, 2018)

Imagine that you haven’t seen a good friend in a month. In a telephone call, your friend tells you she would like to get together for dinner but can’t think of a restaurant to go to. So, you offer an … Continue reading

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Everyday Grammar: Starting Sentences With Conjunctions – VOA Learning English (Feb 18, 2018)

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Everyday Grammar: In, On, and At – VOA Learning English (Feb 15, 2018)

When English speakers talk about time and place, there are three little words that often come up: in, on, and at. These common words are prepositions that show a relationship between two words in a sentence. Some prepositions are rather easy for English … Continue reading

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Everyday Grammar: Could Have, Would Have, and Should Have – VOA Learning English (Feb 08, 2018)

 From VOA Learning English, this is Everyday Grammar. Today we will take a look at the modal verbs could have, would have and should have. These past tense modals are useful for expressing your present feelings about a past decision (or other action). … Continue reading

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Everyday Grammar: As If, As Though – VOA Learning English (Feb 04, 2018)

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