lead

Led vs Lead?

Lead and led are two words in the English language that often lead to confusion confuse English learners. To make matters even more complicated, they sometimes sound like each other depending on their use. Is this a lot to take on board? No worries. Read below for our guide on led vs lead. You'll get the difference in no time.
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rooms

The ultimate guide to rooms in British homes

Have you ever wondered what a typical British home looks like? And what the names of the rooms inside them are? Or even wondered where we park our cars in Britain? Then look no further. This ultimate guide is designed to make you a pro at naming rooms in a house. Join me on a tour of a typical house in Britain. We don't all live in Buckingham Palace, you know. Are you ready to start your tour? Let’s go.
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money

British money and all you need to know about it

Have you ever wondered what currency we use over here in the U.K? Have you seen something online and wanted to know more? Or are you even planning on a trip to good old Blighty? If you are, then this handy article on all things about British currency is a must. You'll know everything there is to know in no time.
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tense

Types of tense in English

English, like many other languages across the globe, has its fair share of tenses to learn. Each tense is crucial to know when having a conversation in English. This may sound scary, but fear not, this ultimate guide into all 12 English tenses will get you comfortable with them in no time! After all, there's no time like the present to start learning, right?
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teach

Past tense of to teach

Have you ever thought about what the past tense of the word teach is? Do you have difficulty in pronouncing it or applying it to everyday conversation? If yes, then read this handy guide on what the past tense of teach is and how to use it. You'll pick it up in no time. Are you ready to start? Let's go.
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Past tense of drink

You might have, at some point during your English learning, found yourself getting confused by the words drank and drunk. Perhaps you have used drunk rather than drank in the Past Simple tense. Or maybe you simply wanted to know what the correct past verb is for that glass of water you have just finished. If all of these sound like you, this guide on what the past tense of drink is will be very useful.
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Past tense of read

Read may just be the trickiest irregular verb there is in English. This four letter verb even confuses native speakers when they see it in books and articles, so if you find it difficult don't worry. It's completely normal. Look below to find out more about the past tense of read.
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but

16 useful synonyms for but

Do you say the word but a lot when you are speaking English? And are you tired of it? Well, you may not be the only one. The word but is one of the most overused words in the English language. Read alternatives to the short, three-letter word below.
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learned

Learned or learnt?

Sometimes the English language can be tricky even for native speakers and knowing the difference between learned and learnt is often challenging. You may have heard these one-syllable words come up in conversation and you may have even thought, what is the difference? Continue reading below for more on learned or learnt. This is not something you want to miss out on.
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