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Hello-o! Are you excited for the weekend? I surely am, it was a long and weary week. Although our break’s just around the corner, there’s plenty of time for us to go through some quick and basic grammar tips. Brazilian … Continue reading
Take a look at the sentences below: Would you say they’re grammatically correct or incorrect? If you said they’re incorrect, you’ve got it right 🙂 I always find myself baffled when people start to make the same mistakes, like a virus … Continue reading
When we need to make the noun practice into an adjective, what immediately dawn on us is practical. All the same, the adjective for theory is, all together now: There’s no such thing as theorical, right? You do theroretical tests, … Continue reading