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ONE and ONES to replace countable nouns
When we are talking about countable things, we can use ONE or ONES if it is clear what we are talking about.
Verbs with different meanings when they are states and actions
Some verbs can talk about a state or describe an action, but the meaning changes.
Talking about one thing: A/AN or ONE
Usually you can use A/AN or ONE if you are talking about one thing, but in some cases we prefer ONE.
How to use SEE, LOOK AT and WATCH in English
This simple article tells you when you should use "see", "look at" or "watch".
How to talk to foreigners in Japan
Don't make any of these common mistakes when you speak to foreigners in Japan.
Go drinking! Or not...
Don't let people think you are an alcoholic. Be careful how you talk about 飲み会 or "going drinking".
9 things about prepositions you need to know
Most people learning English don't understand prepositions and find them very difficult. Prepositions are much easier if you remember these 9 simple things.
How to say の in English
Translating の as "of" in English is often wrong. There are 3 other ways to translate の.
Never say "I don't understand"
Improve your listening comprehension in conversation instantly by using the right clarification strategies and expressions.
Special cases of ONE used with nouns
There are some special cases when we use ONE with nouns.
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