LS Refresher 39: Change Vs. Exchange

Do you find the words “change” and “exchange” confusing? If so, check this post to more about them. gave us the definitions of the following words: Change means to make the form, nature, content, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone. Exchange– […]

LS Refresher 38: Phrasal Verbs With Take

To learn more about the different uses of the phrasal verbs with ‘take’, check this post. ECEnglish gave us the definition of the following phrasal verbs: Take up – to begin or start a new hobby. Take (something) in – to understand or comprehend something. Take (somebody) in – to let somebody stay in your […]

LS Refresher 37: Gerund Vs. Infinitive

Do you want to learn more about Gerunds and Infinitives? If so, check this post. FluentU gave the following simple rules that can help us learn more about the use gerunds and infinitives. Gerunds can be used as a subject of a sentence. Both gerunds and infinitives can be used as objects of a sentence. […]

LS Refresher 36 : If Vs. When

Do you get confused between the words”if” and “when”? If so, check this post to know more about them. According to Cambridge Dictionary, we use if to introduce a possible or unreal situation or condition. We use when to refer to the time of a future situation or condition that we are certain. You can only go […]

LS Refresher 33: Phrasal Verbs 1

When talking to  native speakers,  you might come across idiomatic phrases consisting of  a verb and an adverb or another verb. Such idiomatic phrases are called phrasal verbs. Here are some of them and their meanings. Macmillan Dictionary gave the following meanings of these phrasal verbs. look after – to take care of someone or […]

LS Refresher 32: Below, Under, and Beneath

Do you sometimes get confused with below, under, and beneath? If so, check out this post. EnglishGrammar gave some simple tips. “To talk about something being covered by something else, we use under. Below is mainly used in cases where an object is not directly under another.” On the other hand, according to CambridgeDictionary, “beneath […]

LS Refresher 31: Since, From, and For

Do you sometimes get confused with since, from, and for? Check this post and find out the use of these words. According to Speakspeak, since and for both express duration up to a point in the present, but we use them differently. – Since expresses duration of an unfinished action, up to a point in the present: “I’ve been […]

LS Refresher 30: Another, Other, and Others

Do you sometimes get confused with ‘another’, ‘other’, and ‘others’? Check this post and find out the use of the 3 words. Woodward English gave these simple rules. another + singular noun other + plural noun others (a pronoun to replace other + plural noun) To know more about this topic, please click here. ***DISCLAIMER: The […]