Correct use of Prepositions of Time - at, in, on

1. We use 'at' for a PRECISE TIME. Ex : at 3 o'clock / at noon.
2. We use 'in' for MONTHS, YEARS,...

Diffrence between 'The number' and 'A number'

The number is singular:
Ex: 1. The number of acres destroyed by wildfires has increased dramatically...

Subjects verb agreement when joined by Either-or/ Neither-nor

When the subjects joined by (Either-or), (Neither-nor) are of different persons, the verb will agree...

Difference between Since and For

1. We use ‘since’ in front of a finished point in time in the past. Example: since June / since...

Use of ‘WHILE’ in written and spoken english

(i) During the time that, as long as
Ex: While there is hope there is life.
While he was sleeping,...

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