The adverbs ‘absolutely’ and ‘exactly’ can sometimes be used in the same way but they do have different meanings; they are not exactly the same. Read on to find out how to use them.
‘Almost’ is a tough adverb to use. It describes similarity or quantities. However, it is often confused with ‘almost all’ and ‘almost everyone’.
Using the adverbs ‘just’, ‘only’ and ‘only just’ is just one of the troubles you face when using English. Just ‘Just’ indicates a limit or exclusion. In this case it can be replaced by ‘only’. “I just invited you, not the others.” It can indicate an action has taken place in the moment being talked … [Read more…]
When you compare things there are three ways to do it: Use an Adjectival Comparative to Compare the Things ‘-er’ Comparatives Adjectival comparatives come in the ‘-er/est’ form for short adjectives, ‘more/most ____’ form for long adjectives and for negative comparisons ‘not as ___’ and for equal comparisons ‘as ____’. The one that causes the … [Read more…]