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Difference between everyday and every day

The expressions every day and everyday are often confused.  Everyday means normal, regular, ordinary or commonplace. Everyday is an adjective. It goes before a noun. I don’t want you to wear an everyday outfit...

All and every | Grammar exercise

The determiners all and every are often confused. Use ‘all’ with plurals and uncountable nouns. Use ‘every’ with singular countable nouns. Exercise Complete the following sentences. 1. I talk to my mother ………………. a)...

Present perfect tense overview

To talk about things that we have experienced in life, we use the present perfect tense. Note that this usage is possible only when there is no definite time reference. For example, we cannot...

Uses of the present continuous tense

The present continuous tense is commonly used with the time adverbs: now, at the moment, today, this morning, evening, afternoon etc. We have already learned that the present continuous tense is used to describe...

Present continuous tense overview

The present continuous tense is used to talk about things that are happening at the moment of speaking. For example, I am working on my computer at the moment. What are you doing? You...