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[ Prefixes Suffixes ]

Pre means

A. before

B. not

C. under

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Tenses

Future Continuous Tense Future Perfect Continuous Tense Future Perfect Tense Past Continuous Tense Simple Past Future Tense Past Perfect Continuous Tense Past Perfect Tense Present Continuous Tense Present Perfect Continuous Tense Present Perfect Tense Simple Future Tense Simple Past Tense Simple Present Tense Tenses

Vs. / Or

Abstract vs. Concrete Accept vs. Except Active vs. Passive Voice Adjective vs. Adverb Advice vs. Advise Afraid vs. Scared Some vs. Any Start vs. Begin Lend vs. Borrow Brake vs. Break Bridal vs. Bridle Broach vs. Brooch Cannon vs. Canon Cleanup vs. Clean Up Click vs. Clique Come vs. Go Complement vs. Compliment Cue vs. Queue Desert vs. Dessert Direct vs. Indirect Speech Do Vs. Does Each or Every Everyday vs. Every Day Everyone vs. Every One Farther vs. Further Few vs. Little Flesh out vs. Flush out Gerund vs. Infinitive Good vs. Well Have Been to vs. Have Gone to Home vs. House I vs. Me If vs. Unless If vs. Whether Independent vs. Subordinate Clause Intensive vs. Reflexive Pronoun Its vs. It’s Later vs. Latter Lay vs. Lie Leach vs. Leech Lets vs. Let’s Loose vs. Lose Look, See or Watch Many vs. Much Past Simple Vs. Present Perfect Phenomenon(s) vs. Phenomena Present vs. Past Participle Precede vs. Proceed Principal vs. Principle Pronoun vs. Pronouns Regular vs. Irregular Verb Sit vs. Set There vs. It Too / Very / So When vs. While Yoke vs. Yolk

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Adjective Adjective Clause Adjective Order Adverb Adverb of Manner Antonyms Appositive Phrase a, an, the, Zero Article Causative Verb Comparative Adjective Comparative Adverb Conjunction Coordinate Conjunction Correlative Conjunction Conditional Sentence Type 0, 1, 2, 3 Conditional Sentence Type 1 Conditional Sentence Type 2 Conditional Sentence Type 3 Comma Countable Noun Definitions, Synonyms Degrees of Comparison Despite, In Spite Of, Although, Even Though, However Embedded Questions Expressing Wishes Grammar Homonyms Homophones Idioms Imperative Sentence Indefinite Pronoun Indirect Question Interrogative Pronoun Irregular Verb Linking Verb Modal Auxiliary Verb Mixed General Quiz Noun Clause Participle & Appositive Parts of Speech Passive Voice Past Participle Plurals Polite Request Possessive Adjective Prepositions Pronoun Pronoun Cases Personal Pronoun Question Tags Question Words Quotation Marks Reflexive Pronoun Regular Verb Relative Pronoun Reported Speech Run-on Sentences Simile, Metaphor or Personification Spelling Still, Yet, Already & Just Subject – Predicate Subject-Verb Agreement Subject, Verb & Object Complement Subjunctive Superlative Degree (Adjective) This, That, These, Those Third Conditional Time Transition Words And Phrase Type of Sentences Used To, Be Used To, Get Used To Verb Verb Phrase Vocabulary Yes-No Question Zero Conditional

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