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English Language Center

As a social creature people will continuously interact with the other in various social lives so, people will be easier to express their idea about something or exchange information if they know the language which other can speak. In addition to that, in education, a student can access any information in the books, internet, and newspaper with the help of English and it takes a large part in the growth of technology and international business. That is the reason why English has become the most common second language in the world and English is well known as an international standard language so, the importance of English can not be denied and ignored.
This website is for students who want help with English grammar, but teachers may also find it useful as additional course material in cases where further work or grammar is necessary. The website is undoubtedly useful for beginner, intermediate, advanced level students. Teachers and students always have great difficulty choosing correct grammar points. The website will be useful for you if you are not sure of the correct answers to questions such as
When do we use verb + ing for the future?
What is the difference between I was doing, and I have been doing
When do we use a, an, the?
What is the difference between I am used to doing and I used to do.
All points of English grammar are clearly explained here so that you could learn easily. There are many lessons in one category and the lessons are not in order of difficulty, so it is not intended that you work through the lessons from beginning to end, therefore you can select any lessons in a relevant category.

I'm used to doing

Prasan is an Indian but he has lived in Switzerland for three years. When she first came to Switzerland, she found it very difficult to live there because she had to live in cold weather. Living in such cold weather was strange and difficult for him because:
He wasn’t used to it.
He wasn’t used to living in cold weather. But after three years, living in cold weather became less difficult. so:
She got used to living in cold weather.
Now after three years, it’s no problem for Prasan:
He is used to living in cold weather. so:
I’m used to (doing) something=something isn’t strange or new for me.
I’m used to the weather in this country.
more examples
I am used to drinking green tea.
I’m used to driving on the left because I have lived in Britain for a long time.
She is used to being alone.
I'm used to working long hours.
We must get used to eating vegetables.
People are used to wearing masks.
You are used to learning hard.

Action

Action Measure/ step/ act/ move
These are all words for a thing that somebody does.
Action is a thing somebody does:
His brave action is worthy of a medal.
Her prompt action prevented a robbery.
Measure is an official action that is done so as to achieve a particular aim:
They'll have to take strong measures against racism
Step one of a series of things that somebody does to achieve something.
Are you ready for the next step?
Act is a thing that somebody does;
We had to act quickly.
Move (used especially in journalism) an action that somebody does or needs to do in order to achieve something:
The board of directors has made no move to settle the strike.
They are waiting for their next move.
PATTERNS
To take action/measures/steps
To make a step/move
quick/immediate/promptaction/step/act/move

Above/over

Above-and-over can both be used to describe a position higher than something:
The helicopter hovered above us.
He has built a new room above/over my garage.
Birds are flying above the mountain.
The picture is above the fireplace.
When you are talking about movement from one side of something of the other, you can only use over:
A rabbit jumped over the stream.
Over can also mean ‘covering’:
The mother put a blanket over the sleeping baby.
We put rug over him.
Above-and-over can also mean ‘more than’.
Above can be used in relation to a minimum level or a fixed point:
100 meters above sea level.
Over is used with numbers, ages, money, and time.
He must be over 60.
This book costs over 100 bucks.
She waited over 3 hours.

Nouns
Precaution- something that is done in advance to prevent problems or to avoid danger.
She didn’t take any precautions, so she got pregnant.
You will have to show that you had taken all precautions.
Impression- an idea or-feeling that you get about something or somebody.
I gave the impression of being very tired.
Rival- a person or company that competes with another in sport, business etc.
This latest phone has no rivals.
Adjectives
Imprudent- not wise or sensible.
It might be imprudent to spend money on this course.
Trivial- not important or serious.
It sounds trivial.
Verbs
Molest- to attack somebody
He has molested his child.
Enclose- to build a wall, fence etc.
The land was enclosed with a newly build fence.