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HOW TO PRONOUNCE ARTICLE THE
usage of auxiliary verb am , is are 2

usage of auxiliary verb am, is are 3

usage of have and has

usage of have, has, had , will have

infinitive

preposition about

usage of modal auxiliary verb “ should”

preposition “at”

preposition “in”
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usage of auxiliary verb “ was / were”

modal auxiliary verb “ must / have to / has to/ had to”
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the difference between “ didn’t and couldn’t”

usage of “ wanna and gonna”

how to use would and used to

usage of auxiliary verb “ do / does” part 1

usage of auxiliary verb “ do / does” part 2

usage of auxiliary verb “ do / does” part 3

be verb

difference between “ am, is are and doe and does”
be verb present tense “ wh – questions”

the difference between “ am, is , are and was, were” part 1

the difference between “ am, is , are and was, were” part 2

the difference between “ am, is , are and was, were” part 3

simple past tense part 1

simple past tense part 2

simple past tense part 3

SIMPLE PAST TENSE PART 4

SIMPLE PAST TENSE PART 5

SIMPLE PAST TENSE

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN “ DID YOU AND WERE YOU”

SIMPLE PAST TENSE “ WH QUESTIONS”

SIMPLE PAST TENSE “ WH – Question when”

SIMPLE PAST TENSE “ WH – Question WHERE AND WHY”

SIMPLE PAST TENSE WH QUESTIONS “ how, with whom, how long”

simple past tense wh questions “ whom, how many, which”

simple past tense “ negative questions”

the difference between “ didn’t and wasn’t”

total lesson of simple past tense and how to ask question and answer it

simple future tense “ i will and I will be”

the difference between “ I will and I am going to”

the difference between “ will you and will you be?”

the usage of “ won’t”

the difference between “ where will you ? and where will you be?”

the difference between “ when will you and when will you be?”

simple future tense wh questions “ what / how”

simple future tense question and answer

simple present tense

yes or no question in present continuous tense / simple past tense /simple future tense/ simple present tense

Negative statement in present continuous tense / simple past tense /simple future tense/ simple present tense

wh – question “where” in present continuous tense / simple past tense /simple future tense/ simple present tense

wh – question “when” in present continuous tense / simple past tense /simple future tense/ simple present tense
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How to Write the Perfect Title Tag to Increase Your Click Through Rate (CTR)

Want to know how to write better headlines to increase your click through rate? This step-by-step tutorial walks you through creating a solid title tag to do just that.
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India has revoked Article 370, which gives Kashmir autonomy and special status including being able to make laws. Learn the English to talk about this news story in this free English class.

The story
The Indian Home Minister, Amit Shah, is expected to place his resolution abrogating Article 370, which confers special status on the state of Jammu and Kashmir, before the lower house of the Indian parliament later today.

Key words and phrases
strips
removes (something’s) position or status

• The government strips corrupt politicians of their authority.
• After the drug test came back positive, the athlete was stripped of her medal.

in one fell swoop
all at once

• The surprise police raid caught all of the thieves in one fell swoop.
• I’d rather do all my cleaning in one fell swoop than space it out over the week.

grim
serious, worrying and without hope

• The economic report came to a grim conclusion. A recession would come soon.
• Do you still want to go to the beach today? The weather looks so grim!

Language challenge

Which of these means ‘formally end a law, treaty or custom’?
a) abrogate
b) enact
c) sanction

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What does Part 1 of the CPE Writing paper entail?
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