How can I improve my fluency in English? What can I do to speak English much more fluently? This was a question I had in my Question and Answers stories on my Instagram page.
I got this question recently and the Get English Tips community member was saying they heard that 'many' and 'much' we use in a negative sense. They were just wanting confirmation this was the case.
Here's a question I had on my Instagram Question and Answers stories and it's about the word 'ain't'. This is a vert slang way of speaking that native English speakers will users will use a lot, to empahasise.
These words or expressions are very similar, both are used with the Present Perfect Tense. They show that an expected action has not happened from a starting point in the past until now.
Ah yes, this is an incredibly, common question I am asked and I can understand why. Remember the Simple tense will tell us a fact or a routine while the continuous tense tells us the action is presently happening now.
Ain't is a word we will mainly use in spoken English and it's used very informally and it shows a negative.
When pigs fly, what does it mean? This is a question from my English questions and Answers stories on my Instagram page
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