Conor

Conor is the founder of One Minute English and has been an English teacher for 10 years. He has recently moved to teaching English online and is building courses to help English learners around the globe!

Anywhere or Everywhere? What is the difference?

“Anywhere” means “one of many places” and “Everywhere” means all places. “Anywhere” is usually used with negative sentences but can also be used with positive sentences whereas “everywhere” is always used with positive sentences. We often use Anywhere and Everywhere in the context of looking for something. We use “anywhere” when we think of each …

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The Smith’s or The Smiths(The Smiths’)? Which is correct?

“Smiths” is the plural of the last name “Smith”. “Smith’s” is the singular possessive of the name “Smith”. The plural possessive of the name Smith is Smiths’.  The plural possessive is used when we want to talk about something The Smith family own such as “The Smiths’ house”. The Smiths The Smiths is the plural …

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