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“Along” to express direction, position

“Along” to express direction, position

Along is a preposition and has more than one meaning. Along to express direction We use along to show movement in a line next to things which are long and narrow; these include rivers roads corridors.... »

Elementary grammar exercise: present simple vs. continuous (ex. 3)

Elementary grammar exercise: present simple vs. continuous (ex. 3)

English grammar exercise, beginner level. This exercise helps you practise the difference between the present simple and present continuous tenses. The theme of the exercise is food and cooking. image... »

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“Shout at” and “shout to”: prepositions can change meaning

“Shout at” and “shout to”: prepositions can change meaning

Let’s look at how using a different preposition changes the meaning of some verbs. Our example is the verb shout. Definition of shout Shout means ‘raise your voice – usually as much as pos... »

Pies and pie idioms

Pies and pie idioms

Apple pie, meat pie . . . Pies are popular in British cuisine: we eat apple pies, mince pies, chicken and mushroom pies, and many other kinds. We have them during the day; we can have them for dinner.... »