"at all" is most commonly used in questions and negative sentences."at all" gives emphasis. It makes the meaning stronger. "at all" means "even a little", "in any way" or "even slightly" Usually, "at all" is at the end of the question or sentence. "at all" in a question Jane: "Do you love me at all?"(Meaning: Do you love me, even a little?) "at all" in negative … [Read more...] about What does “at all” mean in English?
What is the difference between "quick", "quickly" and "fast" in English? These 3 words are related to speed or time. They are similar but there are a few important differences. Let's look at each one in more detail. Quick "quick" is an English adjective. It gives us more information about a noun (person, place or thing).Meaning: "quick" describes something that happens … [Read more...] about Difference between QUICK, QUICKLY and FAST
"seem" is a verb. Pronunciation: /siːm/ Meaning:Give the impression of being something.Give the impression of having a particular quality.To appear in a particular way. Example: Jane seems tired. Meaning:Jane gives the impression of being tired.Jane appears to be tired.Jane looks tired. (We think that Jane is tired because of her appearance. Maybe … [Read more...] about Linking verb SEEM – English lesson
In this article, I give you tips and advice for how to learn, remember and memorise new English vocabulary. Learn new words by theme A long list of random, unrelated words is difficult for the brain to process.Unrelated words: clutch, dishonest, faith, petal, awkwardly, carpet It is better and easier to learn words from the same theme.Related words (car parts): … [Read more...] about How to learn and remember vocabulary
"How come?" is a question. It is very common in informal spoken English. Meaning:We say "how come?" to ask why something has happened.We say "how come?" to ask why a particular situation exists."How come?“ expresses surprise by a situation. Example:Mark: Do you want to go to the cinema?Jane: No.Mark: How come?Jane: I'm tired. Form of "how come" - simple … [Read more...] about How come? Question form, use and meaning