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  A
  a long vs along

  ABBREVIATIONS

  above vs over

  ABSOLUTES

  ADJECTIVES

  adventure vs adventurous

  ADVERBS

  afford vs provide

  ago, for, since

  AGREEMENT

  alike, similar, same

  although vs despite

  among vs between

  another vs other

  ANSWERS, SHORT

  any good

  ARTICLES

  as ... as

  as vs like

  attach vs tie

  ATTRIBUTIVE NOUNS

  audience vs spectator

  B
  BC vs BCE

  be to

  below, beneath, under, underneath

  C
  CAPITALIZATION

  CAUSATIVE VERBS

  ceremony, festival, occasion

  certainly, definitely, surely

  classic vs classical

  CLEFT SENTENCE

  climate vs weather

  coast vs shore

  COLLECTIVE NOUNS

  COLLOCATIONS

  commuter vs traveller

  COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES

  COMPLEMENTS

  COMPOUND NOUNS

  CONDITIONALS

  CONJUNCTIONS

  contain vs include

  CONTRACTIONS

  cost, pay, spend

  COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

  cover in/with/by

  custom vs tradition

  D
  DANGLING MODIFIER

  DETERMINERS

  die from vs die of

  DIRECTION WORDS

  discover, explore, invent

  do vs make

  due to

  during vs while

  E
  each other vs one another

  each vs every

  effect, impact, influence

  either ... or

  electric vs electrical

  EMBEDDED QUESTION

  emigration, immigration, migration

  energy vs power

  F
  farther vs further

  few vs a few

  floor, level, storey

  for, since

  FUNCTIONS

  FUTURE FORMS

  G
  GENDER-NEUTRAL LANGUAGE

  GERUND

  gold vs golden

  GULLIVER'S TRAVELS (SEC 2)

  H
  habit vs routine

  hardly

  have vs have got

  high, long, tall

  historic vs historical

  HOW TO WRITE

  I
  imaginary vs imaginative

  INFINITIVE

  ing FORM

  INVERSION

  J
  JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH (PREP 3)

  L
  last vs latest

  last week vs the last week

  later vs latter

  like vs such as

  LINKING WORDS

  little vs a little

  location vs site

  look, see, watch

  lots of, a lot of

  M
  made from vs made of

  magic vs magical

  MASK OF GOLD, THE (SEC 3)

  MINI-DIALOGUES

  missed vs missing

  MODAL VERBS

  N
  N or M? (by Agatha Christie)

  NEGATIVE

  neither ... nor

  neither AND so TO ADD INFORMATION

  NEW HELLO! FOR PREPARATORY

  not only ... but also

  O
  OBJECTS OF VERBS

  OLIVER TWIST (SEC 1)

  open (adjective) vs open (verb)

  orbit vs spin

  P
  PARTICIPLES

  PARTS OF SPEECH

  PASSIVE VERBS

  PHRASAL VERBS

  PLURALS

  POSSESSIVE

  PREPOSITIONS

  PRISONER OF ZENDA, THE (SEC 3)

  PRONOUNS

  PRONUNCIATION

  PUNCTUATION

  Q
  quality vs value

  QUESTION FORMATION

  QUESTION TAGS

  questionnaire vs survey

  R
  REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS

  RELATIVE CLAUSES

  REPORTED SPEECH

  S
  same vs similar

  SEMANTIC PAIRS (VERBS)

  SEQUENCE OF TENSES

  SHORT ANSWERS

  SHORT STORIES (SEC 1)

  SILENT LETTERS

  so AND neither TO ADD INFORMATION

  so vs. such

  so vs. very

  some time, sometime, sometimes

  speak vs talk

  SPELLING

  SPIDERS, THE (SEC 2)

  sporting vs sports

  SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT

  SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD

  SUFFIXES

  T
  TAG QUESTIONS

  take off

  U
  unless

  used to vs be used to

  V
  VERB MOOD

  VERB TENSES

  VERB TYPES

  VERB VOICE (PASSIVE)

  W
  where

  wish

  WORD FORMATION

  WORD ORDER

  WORDS THAT GO TOGETHER

  WRITING

  Y
  YET
 

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