Prefixes: Words without the Base form

Prefixes: Words without the Base form

We use prefixes in front of many words where the base form doesn't exist by itself. For example, incessant means ' without stopping ' but there is no such word as ' cessant ' (although there…

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Words often confused: Verbs / Bring & Fetch

Words often confused: Verbs / Bring & Fetch

English is notorious for its vocabulary, however, the trick is to know when and how to use them. Go through the following examples and see how good you are at this.

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Words Often Confused: Verbs / Bring & Take

Words Often Confused: Verbs / Bring & Take

English is notorious for its vocabulary, however, the trick is to know when and how to use them. Go through the following examples and see how good you are at this.

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Placement Tests

Placement Tests

Ukoliko želite da proverite svoje  znanje engleskog jezika i odredite nivo znanja, na pravom  ste mestu.

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Quick Questions: Suggest

Quick Questions: Suggest

Can you tell the difference between these two sentences (aside from the fact that one speaks about drinking coffee and the other about visiting a doctor?) He suggested going for a coffee. &…

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Relative Clauses: Defining vs Non-defining

Relative Clauses: Defining vs Non-defining

Relative clauses give us information about the subject or object of a main clause.

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To 'THE' or not to 'THE'

To 'THE' or not to 'THE'

Why do we say Earth and the Earth, but never the Mercury or the Jupiter? Venus is much nearer to the Sun than the Earth . He referred to Copernicus’ statement that the Earth moves around the …

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You are so shamelessly shameful!

You are so shamelessly shameful!

Shameful or Shameless? The same or different? This is just another shameless attempt by the Opposition to gain power at any cost. Lewis is shameless in making promises he doesn't intend to …

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Quick Questions: Any Of

Quick Questions: Any Of

Which of these two sentences is correct? If any of your friends is interested, let me know. If any of your friends are interested, let me know. Both. When 'any of' is followed …

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