Confused Words: Bring or Take?

Can you answer this quiz? After answering the quiz, you can read the explanation below.   Here's the explanation to the quiz: English learners often get confused with these two words: bring and take because in their native language, these words show no different in usage and meaning. Take a look at these two sentences, both... Continue Reading →

Every Other or Every Another

Can you answer this quiz? After answering the quiz, you can read the explanation below.     Here's the explanation to the quiz: "Every other" Means: each alternate. Another example: "I visit my parents every other week." Meaning: I visit them on the first week. I don't visit them on the second week. I visit... Continue Reading →

Sorry, sir. The dog ate my homework.

"Dog ate my homework" is just a classic lame excuse usually made by students explaining their failure to hand in their homework or assignment on time, and they expect the teacher to believe it. The claim of dogs eating their homework probably came from the dogs' behavior. They are known to eat or chew on... Continue Reading →

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