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Learn English with Andrew
  • A Tale of Two Red Jackets.
  • A cover letter.
  • A little white lie.
  • A reading test - gossip.
  • A writing test.
  • Accents and Dialects
  • Accounting Terms
  • An exclamation mark!
  • Around or round?
  • Asking someone's age.
  • Aught and ought
  • Basic grammar and punctuation.
  • Collective nouns.
  • Commas with participial phrases.
  • Compound sentences
  • Conjunctions - as, because, because of.
  • Courtesy in your writing.
  • Dependent and dependant.
  • Determiners
  • Especially and specially are adverbs.
  • Everyday or every day.
  • Food or foods?
  • Gender-neutral pronouns.
  • Gerund - infinitive.
  • Get and got
  • Going to, about to, or will.
  • Goodnight or good night?
  • Handwritten Letters
  • Has or is.
  • Have had or has had.
  • Have to, has to, had to.
  • How to begin a conversation.
  • IELTS interview test tips.
  • IELTS writing test.
  • If's, but's, maybe's and possibly's.
  • Immigrate and emigrate.
  • In time or on time.
  • Is and are.
  • Is SMS texting ruining English?
  • Is SMS texting ruining our writing?
  • Learning English
  • Linking words, although, despite.
  • Look or looks
  • Millennials
  • Modal Verbs
  • More about 'The Articles'.
  • Peer, pier, pear and pare.
  • Practice or practise
  • Prepositions
  • Prepositions of place, in, on, at.
  • Prepositions of time and place - in, on, at.
  • Regular verbs or irregular verbs.
  • Riding or driving?
  • Seem like, seems like, seems.
  • Sorry, excuse me or pardon me.
  • Spacings
  • Swallowing your pride.
  • Syntax
  • Than me or than I?
  • The 100 best novels.
  • The active and passive voice.
  • The ampersand &
  • The Apostrophe.
  • The articles - a test.
  • The articles a, an, the.
  • The articles.
  • The Auxiliary Verbs.
  • The difference between you, your, you'll and you're.
  • The modal auxiliary would.
  • The Nightingale and the Rose.
  • The Old Man at the Bridge.
  • The order of words in a sentence.
  • The Pied Piper legend.
  • The Position of Adjectives
  • The semicolon.
  • The Third Person.
  • The Verb to Do.
  • There was or there were.
  • Thomas Edison
  • Too, to and two - Mumbai.
  • Too, to and two.
  • Too, to, two - Brexit.
  • Trust in a relationship.
  • Used to or use to.
  • Using language metaphorically.
  • Verb Tenses
  • Verb tenses - adding ed, ing.
  • Verb Tenses, Past Perfect and Future Perfect.
  • What is a paragraph?
  • What is an Adverb?
  • What is Verb Conjugation?
  • Which IELTS test is right for you?
  • Which is correct, if I was or if I were?
  • While and The Subordinate Clause.
  • Who, whom, whose.
  • Will or will be.
  • Wish, would, wouldn't, will.
  • Writing a sentence.
  • Writing an Email
  • Writing Numbers
  • Your or you're