Vocabulary

Pratice English Vocabulary with explanations and exercises. I explain with pictures lots of new vocabulary to improve your English.

“You make my day” or “You made my day” or “You've made my day”

You make my day or You made my day or You’ve made my day. Which is correct?

You make my day, You made my day and You’ve made my day are all correct sentences in English. There are different tenses in each sentence which change the meaning. The expression “to make one’s day” is generally used when somebody does something kind and we use this expression to show our gratitude and how …

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focussed or focused

Focussed vs Focused – Which is correct? (in the U.K, U.S, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India)

Focused is the most common and widely accepted spelling of this adjective. Focussed is an old spelling that is still sometimes accepted but much less common.  The confusion about the spelling of focused comes because you need to double the consonant when you have a single letter stressed vowel preceding it. You do not need …

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Cancelling or Canceling

Canceling or Cancelling – Which is the correct spelling?

Canceling and Cancelling are both correct. Canceling is American English and Cancelling is British English. There are many spelling differences between North American English and British English.  American English does not use the double L. American Spelling British Spelling Canceling Cancelling Traveling Travelling Modeling  Modelling When to use double L in  British English Vowel L …

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