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Past Simple: Basic Rules And Exceptions

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George Ade once said: “Nothing is improbable until it moves into past tense.” Well, for many English non-native speakers I personally do know learning the past tense of English grammar is already barely probable task due to the large number of grammar rules and exceptions. It’s especially true for the Past Simple form, which despite its promising name is often much far from being simple, so saying the phrase “I learned and understood Past Simple” in the past tense Continue reading

What Everyone Should Know about Past Continuous

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Edgar Allan Poe once said: “A man's grammar, like Caesar's wife, should not only be pure, but above suspicion of impurity”. Indeed, correct usage of various grammar forms including the most complicated ones has always been the distinctive feature of the real English language pro with rich and full-blooded style of writing. Recently, here in our blog our expert editing team launched the grammar marathon, under which we have prepared the series of posts on different most popular Continue reading

Online Paper Editor: Ask and Be Heard

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‘Hi, I’m just here to ask could anyone edit my paper?’ - ‘Hey, someone, edit, my paper, please!’ - ‘Hello! Anybody in here? I still need my paper edited!’ - ‘For heaven’s sake! Can anyone edit this damned paper before I completely lose my mind’ – that’s probably a classical example of typical student’s request evolution after his or her paper has been rejected several times by supervisor because of poor editing and Continue reading

15 Punctuation Marks You Probably Don’t Know

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Punctuation marks are an intrinsic part and what is called bone of bone and flesh of fresh of every modern written language. Punctuation is a vital instrument that helps us to express and emphasize our emotions, or sometimes may even completely change the meaning of the sentence. Just remember the famous example ‘James while John had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher’. How about you try to turn this set of words into normal sentence using only two Continue reading