Join the pairs of sentences given below by means of a suitable conjunction.
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February 8th, 2010 in Letter Writing
Business letters should be brief and to the point. As we all know, business people are always busy. They will not have enough time to read long, winding letters. Unlike personal letters, business letters are written in a more formal style. Certain polite expressions such as those given below are commonly used in business letters:
February 8th, 2010 in English Quiz
Fill in the blanks with suitable phrasal verbs or idioms.
1. He —————— my plan.
a) Backed out
b) Backed up
c) Backed off
d) Backed off
To make meaningful sentences words need to be arranged in a particular order. The following is the usual order of words in an English sentence:
The subject usually comes before the verb.
February 7th, 2010 in Improve English
Double comparatives and double superlatives
Double comparatives and double superlatives were once common in English, but now they are not used.
February 7th, 2010 in Common Mistakes
Adjectives with verbs
An adjective can be used with a verb when some quality of the subject, rather than the action of the verb is to be expressed.
Read the sentences given below: