English is one of the easiest languages to learn on this blue-green planet. Though it’s not very complicated, but at times it could be quite challenging and frustrating. The purpose of this blog is to help you get rid of the challenges and the frustration so that you can learn and speak English flawlessly. Don’t… Continue reading Top 5 Dos and Don’ts while Learning English Language
Rahul: Hi Monica! How are you doing? Monica: I’m doing absolutely great. Thanks! How about you? And how are you? Are you safe during this pandemic? Rahul: Absolutely. I’m taking precautions. By the way, what’s new these days? Monica: Well, well, well! As usual, I’m studying for my civil services examination which is lined… Continue reading Conversation between Two Friends on Coronavirus Pandemic
English is considered one of the easiest languages to learn. It is also a global language. The fun fact is that India is not a native English speaking country but it has the highest number of English speakers. Holding this glory, now let’s try to see the other side of the coin – the dark… Continue reading 5 Unique Methods to Create Your Own English Speaking Environment
Parentheses or () are widely used by writers to convey additional information in a sentence. They can be considered as a mild digression from the subject and the information included within it is normally not integral to the sentence. In English writing, however, parentheses are abused left and right, with people placing them at all… Continue reading A Brief Guide to Proper Use of Parentheses () and Brackets 
The Oxford comma is a thing of beauty. It can change the entire meaning of sentences and give completely new interpretations and understanding of different situations. In fact, as recent as in February, the Oxford comma was at the center of a legal dispute in the U.S. state of Maine. After all, what is the… Continue reading 8 Hilarious Images That Will Convince You to Use the Oxford Comma
These alien sounding words. Complicated as they may sound, they actually are simple concepts we use in our everyday language. It’s only by identifying them, can you use them correctly and never get stuck! There are some basic differences that can be easily identified if you remember the following points: Present participles are words that… Continue reading Never Let Gerunds and Present Participles Ruin Your Day again!!
We completely understand how important it is to use correct grammar in our daily speaking and we don’t want you to make the mess of it. We care, so we share here. Use of should have: We can use should have to talk about past events that did not happen. • He should have sent… Continue reading Uses of should have,would have,could have in English Grammar