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Jul 27

Tense: Past Perfect Continuous

The right answer is (d) Past Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous represents an action that began before a certain point in the past and continued up to that time. Other uses: Showing cause of an action or situation Third conditional sentences Reported speech The past perfect continuous is composed of... read more →

Jul 25

Word Meaning: Acquaintance

Acquaintance: a person one knows slightly, but who is not a close friend. Example: She has a wide circle of friends and acquaintances. Synonyms: connection, contact, ally, associate, colleague Antonyms: enemy, opponent, stranger, foe Therefore, the correct answer is (c) Associate.

Jul 23

Usage: Since and For

 A. I've been staying here for five years.  B. I've been staying here since five years. Which of the two sentences do you think is correct? If you chose the first sentence - congratulations! You're right! If you chose the second one - congratulations to you as well, because you... read more →

Jul 22

Further versus Farther: What’s the difference?

Hello there learners! I am Latika, a writer at Genlish. I am here to share grammar and other language -related tips and tricks with you, to simplify the process of learning English. In today's blog, I will be discussing the difference between two commonly confused words further and farther and... read more →

Jul 14

Quiz: Pronoun

Let's find out the answer: 1. The subject pronoun I is used before the verb. A subject does the action of a verb. I went for bowling yesterday. I saw a movie last night. I ran around the park in the morning. If you have a double subject, always use and I. My friend and I love... read more →

Jul 12

Idiom: All In The Same Boat

IDIOM: ALL IN THE SAME BOAT Also: Be in the same boat or in the same boat Meaning be in the same unpleasant or difficult situation as other people having the same problems facing the same challenges as others So, the correct answer is: (c) To face the same challenges... read more →

Apr 06

English Grammar: How to Use “Used To”

Hi there! How many times have you heard people say "I didn't used to do it earlier"? Till recently, I could not spot what was wrong with this sentence, but I knew something was wrong; it just did not sound right. So, I checked the rules and decided to clear... read more →

Apr 05

The Best Technique to Learn English and How to Achieve it

Hello learners! In my last blog I told you how important it is be prepared before you start learning English. Once you are prepared, you need to begin learning by choosing the correct technique for the same. This is where the confusion arises: how should I learn English? In this... read more →

Apr 03

Mar 29

Verbs in English: Usage and Examples

Hey all! Do you want to speak English fluently? I am sure you do. So, I decided to share the secret with you: English grammar is the key to good speaking English. No, I am not saying that you need to mug up grammar rules, you just need to know... read more →