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the + comparative + the + comparative for parallel increase The bigger the house is the higher the bills are. But the smaller the flat is, the less it will cost us to heat. The more disobedient the employees are the more probable they will be dismissed.Детальніше
Most Most = very (mainly with adjectives of two or more syllables) You are most generous = You are very generous. It is most annoying. Possessive noun or pronoun + most: It is my most favorite book.Детальніше
Whole less formal, a bit more common implies the wholeness of a single undivided object, not a collection of parts, not a sum of parts; not broken or damaged, intact: used with singular countable nouns e.g.Детальніше
The "base word" (the most "significant" word) adds -s/-es a tennis shoe - tennis shoes a woman-doctor - women-doctors an assistant headmaster - assistant headmasters an assistant secretary of state - assistant secretaries of state a doctor of philosДетальніше
Subject Predicate (active) Object (whom) Bare Infinitive I We You He She Детальніше
Many a, more than one + singular verb. Many a day has been passed in leisurely reading.More than one error was discovered in the wording of the document.  When a noun phrase contains more than one and a singular noun, the verb is normally singular.Детальніше
Greeting a recipient Dear Mr / Ms (surname),  Dear Sir / Madam / Sir or Madam, Opening remarks I would like to apply for admission to the beginning of… I would like to be considered for… I am writing to apДетальніше
Letters of invitation can be formal or informal depending on the situation and who we are writing to. They usually contain some additional information, for example: latest news, description of the event (party, wedding, anniversary, house- warming.prom,etc.Детальніше
Letter Sample You have been invited to attend an interview for a job vacancy. Unfortunately because of a previous appointment you cannot come at the time they wish. Write a letter to the person-in-charge and explain your position.Детальніше
When majority/minority mean an unspecified number and is not followed by a plural noun more often a singular verb is used: The majority holds no strong views. A small minority indicates it supports the proposal.Детальніше
Letters of accepting invitation are written in reply to invitations either in formal or informal style. It depends on an event you are invited toand recipient-sender relations.Детальніше
As well as - not only... but... / in addition to...1. As well as joins two subjects My neighbours, as well as my colleagues, have come to the party. [not only my colleagues but also my neighbours;] Neighbours are more emphasized than colleagues.Детальніше
Adjectives 1. Adjectives are used before a noun. She has got long hair. 2. Adjectives are used after appear, be, become, get, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, stay, taste, grow, turn as linking verbs. These roses smell nice.Детальніше
Enough [i'nΛf] - достатньо Enough - особливе слово, місце якого в реченні залежить від інших слів в цьому самому реченні. enough + noun enough + adjective + noun Enough ставиться перед іменником.Детальніше
Rules Examples so + adjective / adverb They are so talented.She is so cute!His engravings were so plagiarized that he lobbied for the Copyright Act of 1735 as protection for writers and artists. They speak so fluently.Детальніше
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