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Important Facts About Noun You Should Remember

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The following essay will examine the most important facts about noun that every student should know. Let us first of all give a definition of this part of speech. A noun is a part of speech that is used to name a person, thing, place or idea. It is suggested that whatever exists in this world can be named, and the purpose of a noun is to give that name. There are two types of nouns, namely proper nouns and common nouns. Let us identify the difference between these nouns. According to the Continue reading

Learning Future Perfect Continuous Can Be Easy as ABC

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Zadie Smith once said: “The past is always tense, the future perfect”. Well, we have already discussed Future Perfect earlier in our blog, but what about Future Perfect Continuous? Future Perfect Continuous tense has always been regarded as a kind of a boogeyman or a jumpscare of English grammar. Many English non-native speakers who are walking a rough path of grammar learning in quest of the written English mastery often see it like some mystic dragon standing guard over the Continue reading

Top 10 Ways How to Determine Plagiarism

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I bet every editor who ever worked with content of any kind has ever asked himself the following questions. How to quickly and seamlessly identify the unscrupulous author who tries to pass someone else’s writing off as his own? What should you pay attention to when editing the ready text submitted by copywriter? And, of course, what can you do in order to protect yourself from using poor-quality writings and timely avoid the horrible consequences and irreparable damage to your Continue reading

Tips for Future Teachers: How to Teach Future Perfect

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In English grammar, a tense represents a specific category that refers to the time period or a moment in the present, past or future. Tenses in English language are expressed with the help of certain verb forms. As every English learner knows, tenses include past, present and future. There are languages that have no more than two tenses, for instance, past and non-past. Besides, some languages have no tenses at all. These languages include Chinese and some others. Additionally, some of the Continue reading

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