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Fill in the blanks. 1. I was not allowed ……………………… Correct! Wrong! Allow is followed by an infinitive with to. 2. Please let him ....................... Correct! Wrong! Let is followed by an infinitive without to. 3. You ought .................. a doctor. consult consulting to consult Correct! Wrong! Ought is followed by a to-infinitive. 4....
People refer to informal meetings with potential employers in all kinds of ways. There’s the “mock interview,” the “coffee chat,” and even the “networking meeting.” All three fit beneath the umbrella of informational interviews—a rather underappreciated strategy that...
Desert and dessert are similar words, so it’s no wonder why they’re so often mistaken for each other. In today’s post we’ll discuss the difference, as well as offer a tip you can use...
Fill in the blanks. Answers It is not very expensive. Don’t make a noise. Put the books on the table. She works harder than anybody… Continue reading Source link
A leading principle in learning grammar is that there are no stupid questions. However, there can be questions about the word stupid. That brings us to the topic of today’s post: Is stupider really a...
Fill in the blanks. Answers I haven’t seen her since the day before yesterday Professionals such as / like nurses and teachers are often underpaid.… Continue reading Source link
Departmental silos cause a negative ripple effect that impacts every aspect of a company’s health.  How big a problem is it?  Consider this: According to a report from The Economist Intelligence Unit, in the US, nearly 60% of employees state...
Fill in the blanks. Answers His parents dies when he was a child. He was declared dead on arrival. I was born in 1979. Let’s… Continue reading Source link
English has two kinds of clauses: subordinate (or dependent) and independent. The difference between them is that an independent clause can stand alone and a dependent one cannot. A subordinate clause by itself is...
LGBTQIA+ representation in writing is crucial for readers who are looking for community, connection, and reflections of themselves and their relationships in the stories they consume. Over the past several decades, we’ve seen the work of LGBTQIA+ writers...