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IN and ON… What’s the difference?

“In” is basically within, inside a container or box, maybe an enclosed space but not necessarily. “On” is related to surfaces. You can use “in” or “on” in the same sentence, but the meaning would change. The Rules for The Prepositions “In” and “On” “In” is used with months, seasons, …

Stop being a student and start being a speaker

I’ve noticed that there are 2 very different ways of learning: 1 for school and 1 for real life. They keep you from speaking English, because you aren’t required to apply it in real life in order to be rewarded. Our whole education system, for the most part, is broken …

EACH and EVERY… What’s the difference?

At first glance, “each” and “every” are the same. But when we look at more examples, we see they’re really different! Sometimes they can be interchangeable with each other. The correct use is more about the feeling and less about the structure. For example, “Each of you is special” and …

Regional American English Accents

Summary of Regional American English Accents: There are around 160 recognized dialects of the English language, or regional accents. These terms are often used interchangeably. Even if you’re really into accents, it would probably be impossible to learn them all. Even native speakers can’t understand them all. For example, it’s …
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