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How Many Words are in the English Language? When studying any language, including English, the main part of the process itself is devoted to the memorization of vocabulary. Increasing our level of language proficiency, we try to expand our vocabulary as effectively as possible. Then skillfully... read more...
The number of people who start learning English to freely speak and understand each other is growing every day. English is also is an official language in many countries. That’s the reason why various differences in language are bound to emerge. The English language has been changing through... read more...
An English verb can be either regular or irregular. A lot of English verbs are regular; they form their past and past participle forms according to an established pattern. Regular English verbs create their different by adding “-d” or “-ed” to the stem of their infinitives... read more...
British and American orthography differs in a couple of areas. These distinctions frequently come about due to the fact that UK English kept the way of words writing which they absorbed from other languages (e.g. French), while US English adapted the spelling to depict the way how the words... read more...
We add -S to the end of the present tense verbs in the 3rd person. To mark out an action that happened or was finished in the past we use regular past tense English verbs. A simple past tense verb is formed by adding –ed to the regular verb.  The simple past of... read more...
The English language is constantly changing. Punctuation is a convention, not a law, and changes as communication needs and preferences change. Bit by bit, sometimes over the years, sometimes over decades or even centuries, punctuation standards change. Language use, including punctuation changes... read more...