Do you know that Vocabulary is the major factor that makes your English sound better? Yes, it is. Is your Vocabulary holding you back from obtaining a good score in IELTS? Do not get worried at all! Let’s know some simple and easy-to-follow tips to improve vocabulary for not only IELTS but to advance your […]
Difference between Although /Even though/Though/In spite of / Despite and its usage! Do you know how to join two contrasting ideas? We are often confused when using these words, although, even though, in spite of and despite are all commonly used to join two contrasting ideas. They can be used at the starting point of […]
The role of English language in career advancement is undeniable in this era of globalization. Though English language proficiency is not the only criterion for career development, its importance in the corporate world is widely recognized.
Active Voice – It is a form or set of forms of a verb in which “the subject is typically the person or thing performing the action and which can take a direct object”, Passive Voice – “Passive voice is used when the focus is on the action”. It is not important or not known, however, who or what is performing the action.
We are often perplexed, when using these prepositions of time. Though these words seem to be similar in meaning they can be used in different grammatical context. The following explanation and examples show the difference between during,
To have another language is to possess a second soul, and English is considered a language of wisdom. Have you ever thought about why English is considered a universal language? Why is it so important? Always in demand!
‘Should’, ‘would’, ‘could’ are modal auxiliary verbs that can be defined as past tense of ‘can, ‘shall’ and ‘will’.
Food is something that everyone needs and enjoy based on their preferences. However, most of us don’t know how to describe the taste of the food that we enjoyed. Here are some words that are commonly used to describe food: Acidic: A food with a sharp taste. Often used to refer to tart or sour […]