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Confused on how or when to use the words "Anyone vs Any One", No One vs None"? Check out this simple guide on the proper use of the words: Anyone vs Any One and No One vs None
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Grammar: PoS, Punctuation, Sentences, ETC
Another preposition aid for ELs & students in general. I couldn't get enough of these! Can use with students to see which prove most helpful. All are unique in different ways.
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English Grammar Infographics: present simple tense
English is FUNtastic: Uses of -s [infographic]
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Graphic poster about Comma Rules in English
When should we use the present perfect tense? Clear explanations and lot of exercises.
Am, is, are, has, have worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers