How to know when to use “either” or “too”

Are you working from home? I’ve been working from home for the past six years, but since we officially started this Movement Control Order, it feels a little different.

Well first, my husband is home (which is great because we get to spend more time together). And the kids are in the house the whole day, too. So this isn’t something that’s normal, even for me. It can get a little hectic in here. 😂

I hope you and your family are taking good care of yourselves during this time of uncertainty.

Anyway, since it’s Thursday, we have a new lesson for you!

Last week I wrote about the difference between “also” and “too”.

If you haven’t read that post, you can read it here.

Today, I want to continue with another grammar rule related to it.  

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Confused between “will” and “shall”? This is for you.

We’re back with our Thursday posts!

Last month we did Facebook live sessions instead of our normal post with tips and lessons. So it feels like it’s been a while since I’ve written post on the blog.

Today I want to answer a question that we’ve been asked several times:
What is the difference between “will” and “shall”?

Continue reading “Confused between “will” and “shall”? This is for you.”

“at January” or “in January”? Read this to find out.

It’s the first day of the school holidays, which means my three children are home with me. That means I’m a full-time referee for their continuous fights, a nanny and a cook for the next few days. 😀

So I’ll try to keep this email short before I get back to my mummy duty.

Last week, I wrote about “at” vs “in” when you’re referring to places. You can read that post here.

From that post, we received a question from Jason who asked this:

“If I am referring to a certain point of time, for example January, should I say in January or at January?

Continue reading ““at January” or “in January”? Read this to find out.”