People usually get confused whether to use Parents’ or Parent’s in English communication. This article discusses the differences between the two and determines which one is grammatically correct to use.
‘Assumedly’ or ‘assumably’- which one is grammatically correct adverb? Is there any difference between ‘assumedly’ and ‘assumably’? Or are they interchangeable?
Sometimes in a conversation, you probably notice people using the phrase “push a rope”, such as “Trying to invest more money into that project is like pushing a rope.” Do you question yourself what “push a rope” mean? If you are still wondering about the meaning of the phrase, this article is absolutely for you.
Have you ever used 12 a.m and 12 p.m when talking about time. Or are you afraid of using it because you don’t know what 12a.m refers to and what 12 p.m refers to?
When I received replies from someone, I like to use ‘Thanks you for your concern’ for expressing my gratitude. What about you? Do you know what ‘Thanks for your concern’ means and when to use it?
You would be very familiar with the words: anyone, something, somewhere. What about someone else, something else, and somewhere else? Have you ever learned about the suffixes else and else’s? Let’s discover their usage and meaning in today’s article.
Have you ever faced a situation in which you have to say sorry to someone for what you did? However, you didn't know any phrase to use. If so, today’s article will introduce to you an English popular phrase “Sorry for the inconvenience”
Have you ever used the phrase ‘look forward to’ or ‘looking forward to’ in order to express that you expect something to happen in near future? If yes, then do you know what the difference between ‘look forward to’ and ‘looking forward to’ is?
If you want to express opinion about something, what is the correct form? The most common phrase you might see is ‘In my opinion’, what about other ways? Do you know any other synonyms of ‘In my opinion’? We will talk about it in this article.
If you are a Christian, you must be very familiar with the phrase “Bah Humbug” which you often hear in Christmas seasons and in movies about Christmas. However, don’t you wonder what is “Bah Humbug” really meaning? Let’s read this article to find out the answer.