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Present perfect tense - English grammar

Many students do not understand the present perfect tense. Here is an infographic which should make the present perfect tense easier for students to understand.

Can and Could in English - Modal Verbs

The correct usage of CAN and COULD in American Casual, Spoken English using "Modal Verbs", general rules to go by (never hard and fast or forever, always, aka: always exceptions but here's a really good start)

you can practice toefl reading and check the time that you spend in each question

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Answers: (concession and contrast) (cause and effect) linking_words_phrases (as / like) (linking words) (linking words)

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Other ways to say I don't like it. - Learn and improve your English language with our FREE Classes. Call Karen Luceti or email kluceti to register for classes. Eastern Shore of Maryland.edu/esl.

"In Plain English, Please!" is a free infographic that shows you how to simplify your writing by using simple, common words. Great reference for business writers, freelance writers, and copy editors. Designed by Brian Scott, http://creativegenius101.blogspot.com Feel free to use and redistribute.

"In Plain English, Please!" is a free infographic that shows you how to simplify your writing by using simple, common words. Great reference for business writers, freelance writers, and copy editors.

Am, is, are, has, have worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

Am, is, are, has, have worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers good for quick daily grammar checks