I just bought these jeans but I can't wear them, they're too ... .
Remember: to lose (verb) ≠ loose (adjective).
Are you sure you want to go to the party? It depends ... you.
She has ... eyes.
Pay attention to the spelling of the different options.
Be careful, if you don't pay attention you might ... your keys.
That dog is very ... trained.
I'm afraid I'm not very ... at English, but I'm still learning.
What is the difference between good and well?
Thank you Mr. Jones. I look forward ... you.
I ... Eric all my secrets, he's such a good friend.
We ... we would go to the party, but we were too tired so we stayed at home.
Tell someone something ≠ say something to someone.
Which of these sentences is gramatically correct?
They are a couple lovely, they have two wonderful kids.
They are a lovely couple, they have two wonderfuls kids.
They are a lovely couple, they have two wonderful kids.
Does the adjective go before or after the noun in English?