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ELECTION 2022

When to use definite and indefinite articles

ALEXANDER CHAGEMA

First, a gathering is described as ‘an assembly or meeting of people for a specific purpose’. Such groupings include family, organisational or society

When to use definite and indefinite articles

By Alexander Chagema | 2 years ago

The conflicting forms of English grammar

The conflicting forms of English grammar

Descriptive grammar is not overly influenced by set rules; there is neither right nor wrong language

Alexander Chagema | 2 years ago

The subject must agree with predicate

I picked a few for our discussion today: "One has to make sure they observe the rules on avoiding coronavirus while in public places".

Alexander Chagema | 2 years ago

The word ‘Including’ does not refer to identical things

In some cases, we use the word ‘including’ to show a complementary whole

Alexander Chagema | 2 years ago

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