Sometimes, it can be pretty hard to tell whether something is "made from" or "made of" or even "made out from". Let's look at the explanation
There is a lot of confusion over the phrases "at the end" and "in the end". How many times have you thought "I'll never learn when to use which one." Here is a simple explanation to guide you.
Don’t say: Most children are INCAPABLE TO sit still for longer periods. Say: Most children are INCAPABLE OF sitting still for longer periods. Don't say: That man is CAPABLE TO fix the tap. Say: That man is CAPABLE OF fixing the tap. Note: after the adjectives capable/incapable use the preposition OF + -ING Ex: I … Continue reading Common Mistakes: Capable/Incapable of Doing Something