Vocabulary

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

Is it “One Of My Favorite” or “One Of My Favorites”?

“One of my favorite” is correct only when you add the plural noun after “favorite”.  “One of my favorites” is correct when the following noun is implied(it has usually already been said). Examples: Oh, this is one of my favorite songs.    Oh, this song is the best. It is one of my favorites.                As you …

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Is “Is it ok for you” Formal? (Alternative ways to write “is it ok” in an email)

There are many ways to ask someone if something is acceptable or to ask for permission to do something. “Is it ok for you” is quite informal in English.  If you want a formal version of “is it ok”, you could use “ would that be acceptable to you?”. If you are asking for permission, …

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Millions of Dollar or Millions of Dollars? Which is correct?

We say “millions of dollars” in English because we need the plural form of “dollar”. “Millions of dollar” is incorrect.   Examples: I have millions of dollars in the bank  That house costs hundreds of millions of dollars.  In the first example, “millions” means some multiple of millions but we don’t know how much exactly. It …

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