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Useful tips confusing verbs

Make or Do

Make: used when a physical object, an action/reaction or a sound/speech is created. It can also refer to food.

“My dad likes to make furniture.”
“Frogs make me laugh.”
“Chickens make clucking noises.”
“Suzie will make dinner.”

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english phrases that come from shakespeare

Love is blind
The “blindness” of love is not just a sentiment of English literature; modern research shows that the parts of the brain which control critical thinking are suppressed by feelings of love. Shakespeare used this saying several times, including in The Merchant Of Venice.

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Weird Plurals

What are Irregular Plurals?

English grammar generally pluralizes a word by tacking -s or -es onto the end of it, but there are plenty of words that buck this; some noun plurals look extremely different from the singular.

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The verb get

“Get” as a Verb

Alone, “get” usually means to obtain, bring or contract something. It points to a noun but isn’t always required to sit next to it.

“We will get some ice cream.”

“Get the newspaper, Fluffy.”

“I got my new slippers on sale.”

“Dress warmly or you’ll get a cold.”

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Understanding modals must have to have got to

Prohibition: “You can’t eat these.”
Obligation: “I have to call home later.”
Necessity: “They must leave immediately.”
Permission: “Rachel can play outside if she likes.”
Ability: “My dog can swim.”

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