Phrasal verbs with Animals (answers)

Well just as I promised, here are some answers to the exercises I left you with in that earlier blog about phrasal verbs. These sentences are mine so don’t worry if they look different to yours. However, if you think that your sentences are VERY different then you can always drop me a comment andContinue reading “Phrasal verbs with Animals (answers)”

Phrasal Verbs with Animals

Phrasal verbs are combinations of words from different grammatical groups that when combined indicate new meanings other than the original meaning of each individual word. For example horse + around = horse around You know what a horse is and you know the word horse is a NOUN. You also know what ‘around’ means andContinue reading “Phrasal Verbs with Animals”

Adverbs with Cats 2

Adverbs (as you’ll remember from the previous post) can modify other words like nouns, adjectives and verbs. They help answer the question of HOW? In this post we will cover another group of adverbs but these help us answer a different question of WHERE? First some quick rules about adverbs of place. Before you sayContinue reading “Adverbs with Cats 2”

Adverbs with Cats

The cat stretched before going back to sleep The cat stretched lazily before going back to sleep. Which one sounds better? Which one helps create a richer picture in your mind if you close your eyes and try to visualize the cat? The 2nd one does because it gives the reader a little more informationContinue reading “Adverbs with Cats”

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