Vocabulary

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

I am appreciated vs I appreciate

I am appreciated or I appreciate – What’s the difference?

“I am appreciated” means to receive the appreciation and “I appreciate” means to give appreciation. “Appreciate” means to give value to something. We often use “appreciate” when we want to show that we recognize the value of something. Appreciation is the noun and Appreciative is the adjective.   I am appreciated “To be appreciated” means that …

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Yesterday’s or yesterdays? Which is correct?

We use yesterday’s meeting to describe a meeting that is held yesterday. Yesterday’s meeting is correct. We need the apostrophe s to show the possessive form. This means that the meeting belongs to yesterday. The two words(yesterday, meeting) are connected. Yesterdays(without the apostrophe) is not grammatically incorrect but it isn’t common in English. Yesterdays is …

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