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Some & Any

By | December 23, 2014

You use the words some and any when you don’t need/want to specify a certain number or amount. When you say I saw some people gathering in the city hall, that means definitely you saw more than one person there, but you don’t know exactly how many people were there in the city hall. Or, you might think… Read More »

The Present Continuous Tense: Exercise 1

By | December 8, 2014

Instruction: Put the following sentences into the present continuous tense.Make sure you put an appropriate time signal. Example: I study hard every day. I am studying hard tonight. 1. She watches TV every evening. 2. They water the plants every morning. 3. Mr. Hananto teaches English every day. 4. She often visits her grandmother once a month. 5.… Read More »