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Ellipsis

Omitting the verb

Colloquial English Acronyms

Acronyms are combinations of letters and numbers...

Propell Teacher Workshop for the TOEIC

Hoy nos visitan profresores de nuestros CAA “CAPMAN Authorized Associate” para recibir el taller de TOEIC.

Friday Quizz: Test your vocabulary

Choose the right word (a, b, c or d) for the definition given and the sentence gap:

Term of the Week: Initiative

Initiative /ɪˈnɪʃɪətɪv/

Used to vs Would

When we talk about something that happened regularly or repeatedly in the past but not now, we often use the structures `used to + infinitive' and `would...

English Can Help Grow Your Business

Now more than ever, English proficiency is being promoted...

Infinitive clause

An infinitive clause is part of a sentence with a verb in the infinitive form. The infinitive form is sometimes without `to', and we form negative infinitives...

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