As a beginner in English, you may find who and whom are a bit confusing. However, they are clearly having different function and role in English. In this section we will discuss about who and whom, so you can clearly […]

In last section, we’ve discussed about the difference of who and whom as relative pronoun. Now, we’re going to discuss about when to use which and that in a sentence. As we know, most English speakers or learners use which […]

What is a Demonstrative Pronoun? One of the most common pronouns that we use daily is demonstrative pronoun. It is a pronoun that is used to point specific object, situation, or activity, within a sentence. These pronouns can specify the […]

I, me, and myself are first person singular pronouns that we often use daily. However, they may sometimes a bit confusing in certain sentence that leads to a grammatical error. So, here we’re going to discuss about the proper use […]

At first glance, title capitalization rules seem quite easy: capitalizing the first letter of every word. Actually, it’s not that simple and not all words are capitalized. So, to make you clear about title capitalization rules, here we’re going to […]

A and An Grammar Rules – A lot of people learned the rule that you should put a before a word that starts with a consonant and an before a word that starts with a vowel. However, it’s actually more […]

Dalam Bahasa Inggris, jika kamu ingin menggunakan kata kerja setelah kata kerja lain maka kamu harus menggunakan gerund atau infinitive. Sebagai contoh berikut: You should avoid spending money over the things you don’t really need. (verb + gerund) I want […]

Dalam Bahasa Inggris, jika kamu ingin menggunakan kata kerja setelah kata kerja lain maka kamu harus menggunakan gerund atau infinitive. Sebagai contoh berikut: You should avoid spending money over the things you don’t really need. (verb + gerund) I want […]