[display_podcast] Question from Mural Mahtab in Iran: What are the differences between these adjectives: very,rather,quite,fairly,extremely,terribly? Which one is the strongest? Thanks a million Answer: Hi Maral, thanks for the question. Your question focuses on another rather (or should I say,.
[display_podcast] Question: from Inês in Portugal I´m Portuguese and in my language the word – it (he/she/it) doesn´t exist. it’s hard to understand how to use this word: Examples 1)The Olympic Games take place every four years. Why take and.
[display_podcast] Question from Salim in Lebanon: Recently I stopped on the word vocabulary to find that it can be countable..so can you offer me the way we can use vocabularies in a sentence..in what sense can it be correct..thanks Answer:.
[display_podcast] Question from Sarika in India: Which is correct ‘on holiday‘ or ‘for a holiday‘ A quick answer to Sarika’s question: Sarika, you can use ‘for’ or ‘on’ with holiday and both would be correct. You can also drop the.
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.