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kal said...

Hello,I love your website. Your discussions on the diffrent aspects of English grammar are very, which I like. Could you have a long discussion about "even if", "even when", "even as", even then", etc?

Jeffrey Hill said...


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Dave 22 said...

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Day Dreamer said...

Hi, I just used one of your post for an ESL class and I am impressed by the amount of work you put into this. However, there is a small error I'd like to point out. http://random-idea-english.blogspot.com/2011/08/confusing-words-different-other-another.html
In the first section, last paragraph, it says, "So, we set off up the hill. After a only couple of minutes". The words "a" and "only" should be inverted. "So, we set off up the hill. After only a couple of minutes"

Thank you for your work. I provided your reference for the material I used. I always credit those who deserve it.

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