Conclusion

The modals can, could, would, may, must do not take s, ed or ing in the end (he cans, they canned). They are not preceded…

Expressing Permission

( can, may, could, would) “Can” is most often used to ask for or give permission but we can also use “may” and “could” and “would”…

Expressing prohibition (interdiction)

Can’t and mustn’t (must not) are used to show that something is prohibited (not allowed)  You can’t go into that restaurant without a tie.  You…

Introduction

The modal can is used to express different functions. It has different equivalents according to the function it expresses.   It expresses ability/ capacity or incapacity:…

regret…

When we use it, we usually follow it with some forms of noun, such as a gerund, noun phrase or noun clause: regret +Noun/V-ing.   I regret…

Introduction

To regret means to feel sorry for, sad about or disappointed in something you did or did not do. There are a lot of ways to express…

Indefinite Articles : A and An

In English, the two indefinite articles are a and an. Like other articles, indefinite articles are invariable. You use one or the other, depending on the first letter…

Introduction

What is an indefinite article? An indefinite article is an article that refers to a noun without specifying it or refers to a noun to introduce it for…

Order of adjectives

When more than one adjective comes before a noun, the adjectives are normally in a particular order. Adjectives which describe opinions or attitudes (e.g. amazing) usually…

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