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Tips for spelling words you don't know

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English spelling cause a lot of difficulties not only for native speakers, but also for language learners. It is difficult to find a relation between pronunciation of the English words and its spelling for many historical reasons. Due to the The Great Vowel Shift in 1359 – 1600 years, long vowels in English words changed their pronunciation. English spelling became standardized only in the 15th and 16th centuries. As a result, spelling of some words sometimes seems to be completely Continue reading

Most important grammar rules about verbs you should remember

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We have already discussed important grammar rules about adverbs. The VERB is a part of speech, which indicates an action or state of being of a person or a thing. The Verb takes an important part in the English language.  It is impossible to create a sentence without a verb. Verbs usually express a physical, mental or other activity. Verbs answer the questions “what does the person (thing) do?”, “what is done to the person (thing)?” The Verb in English has several Continue reading

Why grammar and spelling really matter in our life

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We have already discussed English parts of speech, grammar tense forms and punctuation. Let us consider grammar as a general phenomenon. What is more important: an ability to build sentences properly (grammar) or spelling? This issue causes a lot of debates among students, especially among those who are just starting to learn the language. Bad spelling and grammar knowledge may cause serious problems and hinder readers’ understanding of the text. Obviously, reader’s impression about Continue reading

Most important rules about nouns to improve your writing

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Previously, we have already spoken about grammar of the English language. At the same time, we forgot to mention NOUNS – the most important part of speech. GetEssayEditor prepared a quick review of basic grammar rules about nouns. Students can use this article as a help in term paper writing, grammar classes, or simply by any person who is interested in the basics of English grammar. Short overview Have you ever thought that the English language mostly consists of nouns? Noun is a part Continue reading

20 fatal resume mistakes that cost you the job

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Resume writing may puzzle to pieces even the most experienced specialist. Applicants continue to create poor resumes: ten pages of text, embarrassing fonts, a lot of catchall phrases and inappropriate photograph. Such mistakes in resume may freak out any recruiter. Now, GetEssayEditor will publish 20 fatal resume mistakes that may cost you the job. And, if you recognize yourself in the following text, do not waste your time and take actions immediately. 1. Writing a 10-page resume It is known Continue reading

Top 10 common mistakes in usage of present tenses

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In the previous article we have already discussed main rules about Present tenses in English. What if you still have questions? Let us analyze in detail the most frequently made mistakes. Present tenses are considered to be easy to learn in the English language. Despite their simplicity, students continue to make mistakes in Present Simple and Present Continuous. For this reason, GetEssayEditor.com picked the most frequent mistakes students make. It is always better to look backward over Continue reading

Writing tips: past or present tense in your novel

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We have already discussed main rules about usage of past, present and future tenses in English. Now we are going to discuss how to apply your knowledge in practice. “What tense should I use?” It is one of the most frequently asked questions when writing a novel or an essay. Are you going to narrate in present or past tense? It is always better to think twice about this issue before you start writing. Authors tend to use Past tense when writing their novels. Eventually, they are Continue reading

Grammar rules: future tenses in English

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The following article is the third one in the series about “Tenses in English”. We have already spoken about Present and Past tenses in English. We are going to learn grammar rules of future tenses in the English language. We all know that the future tenses in English is a grammatical category, which describes the event that will occur in future, after the conversation. How to form Future tense in English? If we take a look at the list of tenses in English we will see that Future Continue reading

Usage of past tenses in English

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The following article is the second one in the series about “Tenses in English”. The first article was devoted to the Present tense and how it is expressed in the language. Now, we are going to revise all past tenses that exist in the English language. As we all know, the past tense is a form of the verb that indicates the time of the action, which happened in the past. All past tenses in English we call the Past Tenses, however they may differ in duration of an action or its Continue reading

Important rules about modal verbs in English

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Wiki says: “The modal verbs of English are a small class of auxiliary verbs used mostly to express modality (properties such as possibility, obligation, etc.). They can be distinguished from other verbs by their defectiveness (they do not have participle or infinitive forms) and by the fact that they do not take the ending -(e)s in the third-person singular.”  We use modal verbs to express something that can probably, certainly, or possibly happen. Modal verbs help when Continue reading