Parts of Speech: Noun, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs etc – Basic English Grammar



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In this video, Alisha answers 4 questions.
– Which one of these sentences is correct: “Are you mad with me?” or “Are you mad at me?”.
– What is the difference between “but” and “yet”? Explain please…
– I have a question about similar words which start the same. For example, simultaneous, simultaneously, simulation. How do I understand these kinds of words and how do I use them?
– I don’t know how to use “in order to”. Can you help me?

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44 thoughts on “Parts of Speech: Noun, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs etc – Basic English Grammar

  1. Oh I see it as well but the problem s country way line on design president speakers online marketing manager at your city in world history and culture and relationship between cigarette lighter than we have world is full on discussion with Elisha teacher at school tomorrow morning and will have the following world working on

  2. Obviously you are wholly unaware that you are illiterate.

    1) It is a biological fact, that you cannot have any more than 2 parts of speech.
    2 You cannot name any thing at all.

    But being illiterate, you never understood, Plato, your own body, or the Bible.

    Try to see if you can understand a computer.

    What is a conjugate binary pair?
    How can a computer process any grammar, logical or analogical?

    What is the power of Language?

  3. Hi Alisha I am love so much your teaching English my English now better than before after I try more and more to listen your VIDO

  4. Hi dear Alisha wish you all the best. & thank you so much for your nice lessons. If is it possible please make a lesson about. Ever. Never. And either, or. And neither nor. Thank you.

  5. Hi Alisha! i am from Brazil. I am learning english with you. Now i am very happy because i can understand you. Thank you so much.

  6. My name is Amani
    I am from Egypt
    I hear you every day and understand most of your words
    And I hear foreign movies and songs but l do not understand a lot of words and
    sentences
    Because they speak quickly and delete many many letters in pronunciation
    But you speak little slowly and I understand your words

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