The verbs "say" and "tell" are commonly confused. Just remember that you say something, but you tell someone something.
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To achieve a mountain-top goal, you need to set a path, choose your steps and maintain a good pace.
To understand how to score high on a test, you need to understand the scoring system. G.B.C. scores are a little mysterious, but they are based on a system used by the U.S. government.
One of the most frequent questions I get is, "How long should my G.B.C. answer be?"
My immediate thought is always, "How long is a piece of string?"* But this is not a helpful answer! What follows is the actual answer I give to students who ask me this.
I have been teaching consultants for the G.B.C. test since 2011. I have learned a few things about it that I would like to share with you to help you better prepare for the test.
I have been teaching consultants since 2011. In that time, I have seen a lot of different approaches to studying for the G.B.C. test. One study method fails every time.
Ta-Nehisi Coates is an important figure who has a particular way of approaching some topics: he openly says, "I don't know."
Some of our teachers' favorite songs to learn natural Enligh and sing at karaoke night!
Singing karaoke is a great way to learn English vocabulary and pronunciation—listen to a song, learn the lyrics, and sing!
Some verbs can be followed by a gerund (-ing verb) or an infinitive (to+verb). For instance, these sentences are both grammatically correct: "Remember to study", and "Remember studying." However, the meanings are quite different.
A portmanteau is the combination of two words to make a new word. Using portmanteaus is quick and convenient, and it makes you seem more natural.
Mistakes are an accident. You know it's wrong, but the wrong word slips out. An error, on the other hand, is something you don't know. But what's the difference when you study?