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Extreme Pronunciation

“The Chaos” by Dr. Gerard Nolst Trenité first appeared (in a shorter version) in an appendix to his textbook...

Dec 14 · 5 min read >

Historical Development Of English Grammar

The serious study of English grammar owes much to a Latin grammar book, William Lily’s “Grammaticae Rudimenta”, first published...

Sep 21 · 2 min read >

Common Spelling Mistakes In English

We’ve asked our EnglishForward members to write down their most commonly misspelled words, and here are the top 55...

Aug 23 · 24 sec read >

It’s Vs Its

When do we have to use “it’s” and “its”? The answer is simple: It’s = it is: It’s easy to speak English. =...

Aug 22 · 1 min read >

Do You Know All The Computer Keyboard Key Names In English?

Earlier computer keyboards were based either on teletype machines or keypunches. By the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, all...

Jul 11 · 41 sec read >

Smart Tongue Twisters

A tongue twister is a phrase, sentence, or rhyme that presents difficulties when spoken as it contains similar sounds—Whistle...

Jul 4 · 3 min read >

Colons, Semicolons & Commas

Comma This has the following uses:1. To separate items in a list:We need carrots, broccoli, oranges(,) and tomatoes for...

Jun 8 · 2 min read >

Verb Tenses

A Brief Introduction to Verb Tenses and Aspects (submitted by V. Suresh ) Tense refers to a verb form which tells the...

Apr 28 · 4 min read >

Simple, Compound & Complex Sentences

Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences (submitted by V. Suresh ) Simple, compound and complex sentences are about the structure and length...

Apr 21 · 1 min read >

Indirect (Reported) And Direct Speech

Some Useful Tips on Direct and Indirect (or Reported) Speech(submitted by V. Suresh ) Man is a social animal, a gregarious...

Apr 18 · 3 min read >