Grammar

Though, Although, and Tho’.

Although I’m a cat, I can teach English. I’m a cat, though that does not stop me from teaching English. I like teaching English even though it interferes with my sleep. I like teaching English although it interferes with my sleep. “Though” and “Although” are called conjuctions. In this case, they help you join two…

Spelling.

Travel.

Many humans like to travel. The guy who lives here went to a place called “New York”. We have some nice people coming in to feed us while he will be gone. He’s nice like that. “Travel” is an interesting word. You spell it with one ‘l’. However, you can write the word “traveller” with…

Grammar

Irregular Plurals.

English has so many irregulars. There are irregular verbs, of course, but remember that not every plural noun ends in “s” or “es”. Only humans could create this. Children (Child). Teeth (Tooth). Leaves (Leaf). Feet (Foot), Person (People, but even here there are exceptions to the exception). Geese (Goose). Mice (Mouse). There are no mice…