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Have you ever wondered which is the correct spelling: ‘Aunty or Auntie’?
The words “aunty” and “auntie”, which are both versions of the word “aunt,” are used to refer to a relative who shares some genetics with the user and the ladies who normally come on special events like parties, and celebrations, though if they live nearby, they might do it more regularly. They are your mother’s sisters, your father’s sister, and your uncle’s wife.
Jane: “David, I need your advice on my current project proposal.”
David: “I advise you to make some changes immediately so that you can deal with unexpected problems effectively.”
There is a lot of confusion around this topic, the correct use of miss and missed in the sentence sometimes becomes a challenge to intermediate level English learners.
One of the confusing parts of English grammar is to understand cleft sentences. You may notice that even native speakers sometimes also use cleft sentences not exactly according to the books.
Oftentimes you catch the words former and latter in technical writings, these are very helpful as they give a sense of direction and a reference to readers. But this is something you don’t hear in daily conversation because it is weird and uncommon, plus it will confuse the listener as they have to remember who or what you are referring to when you use former or latter during the talk. Now let’s see what the former and latter mean and how we can use them in the sentence.
There has been a lot of confusion around the words switch, swap exchange and change. Usually it is for new English learners who seem to have a hard time differentiating these words and using them in the right situation. But don’t worry if you have the same problem this article will make it crystal clear for you how to use these keywords correctly.
One of the most confusing phrase structures in English is to know whether we can have “to” after help or not. If you are a beginner and want to have a firm understanding of proper English grammar you may have encountered the same issue during your study.
Some people are very sensitive to how you talk to them, a misuse of a word may make them feel offended and they may think you are rude. We often want to be super polite for that reason. We use all nice words together in a sentence to make sure nothing goes wrong in the conversation, for instance please kindly do this for me, but is this correct?