Highest or The Highest?

Most grammar books will tell you that you need “the” before a superlative like “highest” or “lowest”, but this is not always true. We use “the” when there is a noun after the adjective e.g. the highest(adjective) number(noun), the highest proportion. When we put the noun before, we don’t need …

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Anecdotes about the Past

You can use an array of tenses while telling stories and jokes from the past. Note this tense mix:-   Well, let me explain one of the interesting moment of my life. Once it happened so….I am in the MBA class, attending the lecture and half way through the class …

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Tense task 1

Using the correct tense Using the correct tense is important in your Task 1 answer. The tense you use will depend on the time period indicated in the Task 1 diagram. In most cases you will need to use either the simple past or the simple present tense. Although less …

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