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Words and Phrases to Use Instead of “Because”

Words and Phrases to Use Instead of “Because”

Hi dear English learners! Here we are again with a new lesson about the conjunction because. We normally use it to give the reason for something.

I’m packing my bag because we are going on a city break to Rome for the weekend.
I’m sorry I can’t babysit for you tonight because I’m having some friends round.
Let’s see what other words and phrases we can use instead of because.

The difference between BEACH, BANK, COAST, SHORE

The difference between BEACH, BANK, COAST, SHORE

Hi English learners! Were you surprised when you found out that rivers don’t have coasts but banks? Well, that’s right. In today’s lesson, we will clear out the difference between beach, bank, coast, shore.
Beach, bank, coast and shore all refer to the edge of the land by a body of water. But what is the difference between these words? Are they just synonymous or do they differ in meaning? Let’s find out!

Asking for, Giving and Responding to Advice

Asking for, Giving and Responding to Advice

How often have you come across a situation when you had to ask for advice? It’s probably daily. I suppose your friends and relatives ask you for advice all the time, as well. And I’m sure you get by with these phrases in your native language. But do you know how to ask for and give advice in English? Let’s look at some useful phrases which can help you do that.

Three-part Phrasal Verbs in English

Three-part Phrasal Verbs in English

Hi, dear English students! Are you struggling to remember phrasal verbs? As you know, phrasal verbs are made of a verb and a particle (preposition or an adverb). However, there is a small group of phrasal verbs that consist of a verb and two particles. They are known as three-part phrasal verbs. Well, here is a list of 27 three-part phrasal verbs in English along with their definitions and example sentences to help you raise your English on a much higher level.

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