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“ZEE” vs “ZED” – (The American vs European English Pronunciation Of The Letter “Z”)

Zee vs Zed – The Pronunciation of The Letter “Z” in American English & European English. Learn The Proper Pronunciation.

“Why Don’t You…?” – (Question, Suggestion, or Advice?)

The phrase “Why Don’t You…?” Is it for asking a question, making a suggestion, or offering advice. Why it is not polite, and some possible alternatives

Herman Cain – Fun With English

This post may not teach you any English at all, but it sure is hilarious, so have some “Fun With English”… Herman Cain Style – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Can I Do The TOEFL Exam On My Phone?

The Answer To The Question: Can I Do The TOEFL Exam On My Phone? For those who do not have a computer but want to do The TOEFL At Home.

Bad Lip Reading – “Black Umbrella” (The Right Stuff) – (Miley Cyrus “Party In The USA” Parody)

Miley “Whore-Face” Cyrus returns from the past to bring us “Black Umbrella”. A VAST improvement on her Pre-Whorification Phase release, “Party In The USA”.

Bad Lip Reading – “Everybody Poops” (Black Eyed Peas “Boom Boom Pow” Parody)

The Black Eyed Peas return from the past to bring us “Everybody Poops”. A vast improvement on there sell-out hit “Boom Boom Pow”. “Fun With English!!!”

Bad Lip Reading – “Asian Baby” (Justin Bieber & Rascal Flatts “That Should Be Me” Parody)

Justin Bieber & Rascal Flatts returns from the past to bring us “Asian Baby”. A vast improvement on thier hit “That Should Be Me”. “Fun With English!!!”

Should I Use American Or British English For The TOEFL?

TOEFL FAQ – Should I Use American Or British English For The TOEFL? A full explanation of this Frequently Asked TOEFL Question. TOEFL with GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Absolute Phrase – Grammar Lesson

Learn The Meaning And Usage Of The Grammatical Term, “Absolute Phrase” – with plenty of entertaining examples to help illustrate the meaning.

Abstract Noun (Grammar Lesson)

Abstract Noun – Learn The Meaning & Usage of This Grammatical Term – with explanations, and examples to help illustrate the meaning. GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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Un-Countable Noun – Grammatical Term (Meaning & Usage)

Un-Countable Noun – Learn The Meaning & Usage of this Grammatical Term – with explanations, examples, images, and a video to help illustrate the meaning.

Countable Noun – Grammatical Term (Meaning & Usage)

Countable Noun – Learn The Meaning & Usage of this Grammatical Term – with explanations, examples, and images to help illustrate the meaning.

“Like” vs “Alike” – (Today’s “Tid-Bit”)

“Alike” vs “Like”. The Meaning and Usage of these two very similar, and commonly used words in The Common Tongue of The English Language.

“Trembling With Fear” – Phrasal Verb

(to be) “Trembling With Fear” – An Adjectival Phrasal-Verb which can be use both Metaphorically or Literally. Learn the meaning and usage of this phrase.

Adding Emphasis – (English Usage)

Adding Emphasis – A Quick Video Lesson About How To Add Emphasis In Spoken English – Learn All About English Usage With GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

A Cut Above The Rest – (Metaphorical Noun-Phrase)

A Cut Above The Rest – Learn The Meaning, Usage, Classification, and Origin Of This Phrase in The Common Tongue Of The English Language. GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

The Letter A (Grammar & Pronunciation Lesson)

The Letter A – Learn All about The Letter “A” in English Grammar – As Well As The Different Uses And Pronunciation Of The Letter. GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Comma Splices Are Becoming More Common – Business Insider Article

Comma Splices – A good article about this BAD English practice. Learn about how people mistakenly use comma splices… when they shouldn’t. GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

The Word “Incredible” – An Examle Of Words That Are Eliminated From The Common Tongue

The Word “Incredible”, and why its usage is almost always completely incorrect. Learn the proper meaning and usage of the word “Incredible” in The Common Tongue Of English Vocabulary

Advertisement vs Commercial

Advertisement vs Commercial – Learn the similarities and differences between these two terms and how they are (and should be) used – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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