Category Archives: Greetings

Time: Greetings throughout the day

Good morning, good afternoon and good evening, readers! Today’s English snack is small, but important. A lot of English learners get this wrong, and it’s easy to get confused. When is it considered morning, afternoon, evening and night? How do you great people depending on the hour of the day? Well, I’ve designed up a little graphics to help explain

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Greetings: Goodnight & Good Evening

You all know the basic English greetings “Hello“, “Good morning” and “Good afternoon“. However, what do you say at night? If you said, “Goodnight”, you would be wrong. We say “Goodnight” when we are leaving or going to bed. Note: The greeting is spelt with one word.  The expression “Good night” means something different – it is an adjective + noun (buena noche

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Grammar: Reflexive Pronouns

In Spanish, I have learnt about reflexive verbs. Well, in English, there is only one thing that can be reflexive: pronouns.  When you are referring to yourself or doing something for yourself, you must use a reflexive pronouns. This rule applies to any subject: You, me, them, we, etc. Here is the list: Subject Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns I Myself You Yourself He Himself She

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