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Phrasal verbs with AWAY

Phrasal verbs with AWAY

Hi dear English learners! Are you going away for the weekend? Have you given away something recently? Well, if you don’t know what these phrasal verbs mean, keep on reading, because in this lesson we will be learning 13 phrasal verbs with away. I’ll give lots of examples so you can remember them in context.

negative prefixes and suffixes in English

Negative Prefixes and Suffixes in English

Hi dear English learners! In today’s lesson, we’re going to look at negative prefixes and suffixes in English. I’m sure that you’re sometimes confused and can’t tell if somebody is impolite or unpolite, but don’t worry, you’re not the only one. So, let’s get started with the lesson and hope it will help you clear up some things related to this particular subject.

Double Comparatives

Double Comparatives

I’m sure you know what double comparatives are and you see or hear this kind of expression all the time but you just don’t recognize them by the name. It’s very simple and easy to learn the structure so I’ll teach you so you can enjoy using them as if you were a native speaker.
So-called double comparatives are structures that employ two parallel clauses to express cause and effect.

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