Grammar Lesson 13~Verbs

We can change the form of a verb. (These changes in form are used in conjugations. We will talk about conjugations in later lessons.) For example, a verb can have an s added to it as in eat, eats or run, runs. Other changes could […]

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The Obscure Voices of Edison And Whitman

Our dictionary defines the word obscure as not clear or distinct, not easily understood and then gives an example of an “obscure figure in the fog”. Here are some great examples from Youtube. I found two old recordings from famous people. Their voices are obscured […]

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Grammar Lesson 12~Verbs

Verb phrases with two or more helping verbs always keep a definite order. Most helping verbs can combine with other helping verbs but will not combine with all of them. Look at the examples below which are good combinations. is being said, has been said, […]

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