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Prepositions used with time expressions often cause problems. Here are some commonly used prepositions and situations in which they are used.
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Ever wondered how and where to use a comma? Then this blog post is for you!If an adverb, adverbial phrase or adverbial clause comes before the verb it refers to, put a comma after it (or if it is in the middle of a sentence, before and after it). If an adverb, adverbial phrase or adverbial clause comes after the verb it refers to, there generally is no comma.
Dr David Ingram, (the co-creator of the ISLPR test and the original IELTS testing system) recently hosted an online lecture to help ESL learners improve their reading and writing skills.
We receive many requests for information on formatting letters. The actual format is less important than the content; however, the format can remind you what is necessary in a letter. Of course, if you are using a school or company letterhead, that will replace your personal address.