Tip of the Day:
'However', 'nevertheless', and 'nonetheless' convey the same unexpected result. 'However', 'nevertheless' and 'nonetheless' are more formal and are usually used only in writing. These words are known as connective adverbs. In other words, they introduce an idea that connects to the preceding sentence.
We're having difficulties with the project. Nevertheless, we'll finish on time.
We've been working hard all week. However, we'll have to continue next week as well.
Quiz of the Day - Perfect or Progressive?:
Sometimes it's difficult to know whether to use a perfect form (He's lived here for three years) or the progressive perfect form (He's been working for three hours). Find out when to use either form in the past, present or future.
English Worksheet of the Day - American English Usage Tips:
Speaking English is not only about using proper grammar. To use English effectively, you need to understand the culture in which it is spoken. Here are a number of important tips to remember when speaking English in the United States.
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