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While everyone switched to working from home last year, companies also switched to interviewing from home. Now it's a practice that will likely continue well into the future. Here are some of the top tips from leading recruiters and business podcasters about how to master the art of the Zoom interview!
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There are other conjunctions as well. They are “Subordinating and Correlative Conjunctions.” See “Coordinating conjunction” examples below. Here are Some Examples. I tried to call you but you didn’t answer your phone. I have two cats and a dog. We are going shopping for a new car. You can have a sandwich or pizza to eat. Neither the sandwich nor the pizza seems tasty to me. My father always worked hard so we could afford a nice home. I study for my exams yet I always fail. Here are the vocabulary bank definitions. Conjunction: Words used to connect. Phrase: Word combinations with multiple meanings. Sandwich: Food between two slices of bread. Afford: When a person has enough money to buy something. Fail: When someone or something is unable to achieve a goal.
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A preposition helps describe place, movement and time. Three of the most common prepositions are “In, On, and At.” “In” is often used with limits. “On” is often used when two things touch. “At” is often used with places or locations. Prepositions are used for phrases and time expressions. Slang, informal and idioms contain prepositions too. Here are Some Examples. Are you at home now? Yes, I am in the kitchen. Was it hot on the subway today? Yes, I couldn’t wait to get off! Are you riding in the taxi today? Yes, I am getting a taxi at the airport! Isn’t it beautiful outside? Yes, it’s nice at the park too! Where will you stay while in London? At my friends home. Is she traveling to the sea? No, she is staying in the mountains.
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A pronoun replaces a noun or noun phrase. We use pronouns so as not to repeat a noun again and again. There are nine different types of pronouns. Some of the most common pronouns are “He, she, it, I, you, we, they.” Pronouns can function with a direct object or indirect objects. Here are Grammar Examples. Is that yours? Yes, I just bought it a few days ago. Why are they running down the street? They need to catch the bus! Do you want to buy a pair of jeans at the shop? Yes, let’s walk to it! Here are more examples of Pronouns. What is his name? His name is Bob. Do you live in London? Yes, I do.Grammar Who is he married to? He is married to Sally.
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An adjective is one of “The Eight Parts” of the English language. An adjective gives information about nouns, pronouns. Here are Some Examples. Are you a happy person? I think so. I am always cheerful. Is it hot in the summer where you live? Yes, very warm! Are you riding the red bus today? No, I am taking the yellow cab! Isn’t it beautiful outside? Yes, the sky is so blue today! Is London often cold? Yes but, sometimes it is warm. Is she married to a nice man? Yes, and he is handsome too.
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Here are common noun examples. Question: Is that your car? Answer: Yes, I just bought it a few days ago. Question: Why are they running down the street? Answer: They need to catch the bus! Question: Do you want to buy a pair of jeans? Answer: Yes, let’s go to the shop! Proper nouns are in bold type. Question: What is your fathers name? Answer: His name is Bob. Question: What city do you live in? Answer: I live in London. Question: Who is Mr Jones married to? Answer: He is married to Sally.
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State or Stative verbs express a fact. Feeling verbs express senses. Common feeling verbs are “Like, Love, Enjoy.” Most stative verbs are never used in the continuous tenses. Some common state verbs are “Have, get and see.” Every sentence in English must have a verb. Here are Some Examples. What is a Verb? Grammar Review. Action verbs are in bold type. Do you dance? Yes, I dance at the club on Fridays. Is she running down the street? Yes, she runs often! Are you walking to work today? No, I am riding my bicycle! Stative verbs are in bold type. What is a Verb? Grammar Review. Does it have a name? Yes, my new dog’s name is Spot. Do you live in London? Yes, I do. Who is he married to? He is married to Sally.
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An adverb is one of “The Eight Parts” of the English language. An adverb modifies or describes an adjective, a verb or another adverb. Sentence adverbs can modify an entire sentence. Adverbs can also modify or change phrases. Adverbs are one of the most important parts of English to study. Here are some adverb examples. Adverbs are in bold type. Are you a really happy person? I think so. I am always very cheerful. Is it super hot in the summer where you live? Yes, extremely warm! Are you riding the red bus today? Yes and tomorrow as well! More adverb examples. Isn’t it so beautiful outside? Yes, the sky is very blue today! Is London always a friendly city? Yes, it is a fun city now. Has she ever been married? Yes, she has been married twice.
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