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Do, Does, Am, Is & Are Exercises (With Printable PDF)

What are the words do, does, am, is, and are? And how do you use them correctly? Learn these verbs’ functions and correct usage, then answer the three do, does, am, is, are exercises. Use of Do, Does, Am, Is, and Are Do, does, am, is, and are are helping …

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Difference Between Tell and Say – Examples & Worksheet

Someone say me English vocabulary is difficult to master. Or did they tell me…? One of the trickiest English language lessons to master is the difference between say and tell. It might appear as a simple distinction, but it’s one I see get mixed up all the time, especially with …

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It And There – Usage, Difference & Worksheet

I remember when we were taught that all sentences have subjects. However, sometimes these subjects only take up space without adding meaning to the statement. The use of it and there as subjects only serves to fill the slot of a subject in sentences without one. They are called dummy …

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A Little vs. A Few – Difference, Examples & Worksheet

A Few/A Little. Both a little and a few are quantifiers and pronouns that refer to some. Their negative definition is not as much as expected or desired. Rules for “A Little” Use a little as a quantifier when referring to singular uncountable nouns. This quantifier implies that something exists …

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When to Use Do, Does, Am, Is & Are? (Worksheet Included)

The most common helping verbs are do, does, am, is, and are. Let’s talk about when to use these six helping verbs in sentences. What Are Helping Verbs? In English grammar, a helping verb is a type of verb that is found before the main verb in a sentence. For …

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Some vs. Any – Usage, List of Examples & Exercises

Are you wondering how to use some and any? This is a debate I see among writers all the time. The general rule is to use some in positive sentences and any in questions and negative sentences. But despite this simple guideline, many people still get confused when writing sentences. …

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Make or Do – Difference, Examples & Worksheet

Is it make a proposal or do a proposal? Do you make a cake or do a cake? When you’ve finished your homework, have you made it? Or done it? I usually use make when I’m creating something and do when I’m accomplishing it. That means I do the agenda …

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No vs. Not – Usage, List of Examples & Worksheet

Do you know the difference between no vs. not? No, probably not. (See what I did there?) But don’t worry because my guide will help you understand how the two words differ. Read on to learn the meanings and functions of no and not. I’ll also show youexamples of how …

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Used To or Use To? – Meaning and Examples

Is it I use to be a singer or I used to be a singer? Perhaps you also wonder if it’s correct to say I’m used to the warm California weather. When speaking, it’s hard to tell the difference. But in writing, both phrases have completely different meanings, but I’ll …

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Garbage In, Garbage Out—Impact on Productivity

Garbage in, garbage out means the quality of input determines the quality of output. This idiom is used to imply that incorrect or nonsense input will give you nonsense output or results. Idiomatic expressions such as garbage in, garbage out are figurative phrases that convey meaning beyond their literal interpretation. …

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