[display_podcast] Some of the most frequently asked questions that we get are about adverbs, often with a request for a complete list of adverbs. Now that is a pretty big request as there are hundreds and hundreds of adverbs in.
[display_podcast] Question for Mattie in Guyana: “What is the difference between direct and indirect speech?” Hi Mattie. Thanks for your question. We have quite an extensive explanation about direct and indirect speech in the English4Today online grammar and I’ve put.
A question sent in by Jose Rodriguez asking about the difference between ‘advise’ and ‘advice’: is “advice” correctly spelled or is it “advise”, or both are correct but have different meanings in the United States? which is it? please advise.
Vivien Hammel, one of my Online English Grammar readers wrote asking: ‘What is the proper term for words which are joined by an apostrophe? This is something that bothers me. Yet one sees so much more (in business) than I.
When I was at school we just weren’t taught English grammar. We certainly didn’t miss it! The Latin and French teachers gave us plenty of grammar in those languages and escaping learning about English grammar seemed a very good thing.