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Allow, Permit & Let

07/11/2022 · Tips for improving your written and oral english

¿Conoces la diferencia entre estos tres verbos "allow", "permit" y "let" ? Ahora mismo la explicamos.   Allow, permit y let son verbos con un significado realmente parecido: dar permiso o hacer posible que alguien lleve algo a cabo. No obstante, permit es más formal que allow y allow es más formal que let. Entramos ...

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Modal Verbs

11/05/2022 · Tips for improving your written and oral english

Modals are different from normal verbs: 1: They don't use an 's' for the third person singular.2: They make questions by inversion ('she can go' becomes 'can she go?').3: They are followed directly by the infinitive of another verb (without 'to'). Probability:First, they can be used when we want to say how sure we ar...

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Phrasal Verbs with LOOK

04/04/2022 · Tips for improving your written and oral english

Phrasal Verbs with Look that can be useful for enriching your vocabulary. 1. Look after To take care of someone or something I need to find someone who can look after my dogs this weekend while I’m on holiday. 2. Look ahead To think about and plan the future Let’s look ahead to next month’s projected sales figure...

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Salary & Wage

16/03/2022 · Tips for improving your written and oral english

Do you know the differences between salary and wages? They may be really similar, but actually they have some differences that need to be noticed - In general terms, a salary means a fixed pay that an individual draws for the work done by him on an annual basis.  - In contrast, a wage has the meaning of a variable p...

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