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Some tips and prevention you need to know carefully to prevent yourself , your family and friends from COVID-19

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I’m going to inform you in some coming lines some strategies that learn from (WHO )World Health Organisation who can help you and I make prevention, overcome, struggle with this pandemic.. . you need to pay attention carefully to prevent yourself , your family and friends from COVID-19.

Firstly, what is the mean of Corona virus or COVID-19?
According to Peter Daszak disease ecologist “COVID-19 is a zoonotic disease-meaning it jumped from animals to humans” ,these viruses often originates in bats, but could pass through another animal before infecting humans.

How does covid-19 Spread?

People can catch covid-19 from others who have the virus. The disease can spread from person to person through small droplets from nose or mouth which are spread when a person with covid-19 coughs, sneezes, or just breathes out. Other people catch covid-19 if they are close to that person and breathe in those droplets. In addition, these droplets can land on objects and surfaces around the person. Other people then catch covid-19 by touching these objects or Surfaces ,then touching their eyes, nose, mouth.

How to prevent yourself from covid-19?

As they say so often, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”,and we couldn’t agree more. Protect yourself and your family from covid-19 and other illnesses with the help of helpful tips and products.

Protect yourself from covid-19 as much as you can.

Keep hands clean practice proper handwashing at all times with soap or Handwash liquid.

Sanitize on the go ,leave a hand sanitizer or alcohol inside your bag so you can use as often as necessary.

Get rid of dirt, use anti-bacterial wipes or cleaning cloth to wipe off dirt from tables, chairs, and other items you use often.

Keep fresh Always, disinfectant sprays can kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, while air Fresheners keeps your room sweet smelling

Keep germs out, A face mask, as well as an aircon filter, will make sure the air you breathe is cleaner

Breathe clean Air, Invest in a reputable Air purifier at home to get rid of airbone viruses, including your morning sniffles

Mind your trash, Avoid the further spread of diseases through proper waste disposal.

Use colored garbage bags also to segregate wastes.

Cover up, cover your plates and utensils from dust, dirt, and insects that can make you sick.

Prepare for the worst, if and when the covid-19 out break escalates further, its wise to protect the other parts of your body from any threat.

Notice :
Follow recommendations for using a face mask
Do not recommend that people who are well /healthy wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory diseases ,including covid-19
Facemasks should be use by people who show symptoms of COVID-19 to help prevent the spread of the disease to others. The use of facemasks is also crucial for health workers and people who are taking care of someone in close settings (at home or in a healthcare facility.


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Grammar lessons

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❓ what’s the difference between bad and badly??

🔻🔺Bad vs. Badly🔺🔻


🔴The adverb badly is used to tell how something is done.

🔴 The adjective bad is used to refer to health or feelings .

✔️ to complete linking verbs such as :
🔸 seem
🔹 look
🔸 taste
🔹 smell


  1. Our football team played
    (bad ❌, badly✅) last night.

🔅Our football team played badly last night.

  1. John felt
    (bad✅, badly❌) about the loss.

🔅John felt bad about the loss.

3.The medicine doesn’t taste
(bad✅, badly❌).

🔅The medicine doesn’t taste too bad.

  1. Our science project went
    (bad❌, badly✅).

🔅Our science project went badly.

  1. The air in the sewer smelled
    (bad ✅,badly❌ ).

🔅 The air in the sewer smelled bad.

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Grammar lesson # 2

For making a suggestion.

✅Why don’t we +[verb]
📚Why don’t we go for a walk?

📕Let’s +[verb]
✅Let’s go for a walk..

📕How about +[ing]
✅How about going for a walk?

📕What if we +[verb]
✅What if we go for a walk?

📕I think we +[ modal verb ]+[verb ]
✅I think we should go for a walk”.

📕Maybe we + [modal verb ] +verb
✅Maybe we could go for a walk. “

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Grammar lesson #3

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🔉 As VS. Like 🔉

❓What is the difference between As and Like?

As and Like can be very confusing for many English learners. Today, I’m going to explain how they’re different.

🔆 As 🔆

👉 As may function as a preposition and is used when we talk about a job or function.

🔔 Example 🔔

💭 I work as a cook.
💭 He used my pen as a weapon.

👉 As may also be used as a conjunction meaning “In the same way that…”

🔔 Example 🔔

💭 She behaved as her teacher told her.
💭 Walk just as I do.
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🔆 Like 🔆


👉 Like may be used as preposition meaning similar to. It is used to compare things.

🔔 Example 🔔

💭 He worked like a do7g.
💭 She sings just like her mom.

👉 Like is often used in place of the subordinating conjunction “as, or as if”.

🔔 Example 🔔

💭 They look like they’ve been fighting. = They look as if they’ve been fighting.

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Grammar lesson #4

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Used to shows:

🔹 A particular thing that always happened or was true in the past, but it no longer happens or is no longer true now.

🔔 Example 🔔

➕ Mira used to drink coffee everyday.
➖Linda used to read a book.
➕Why don’t you call me like you used to?
◼️⬛️ FORMS OF USED TO ⬛️◼️

◻️ Interrogative
◽️Did you use to exercise regularly?

◽️Yes, I used to jog everyday.

◻️Negative Form
◽️No, I didn’t use to exercise regularly.

🔅Used to, Be used to, Get Used to🔅


‘Used to’ shows that something always happened or was true in the past.

✔️ I used to read a book everyday.

Meaning: I read a book everyday on a regular basis, but now I don’t anymore.
🔺Be used to🔺

‘Be used to’ is used to show that something is quite normal and not unusual.

🔇Tip: Be used to + gerund

✔️ I’m used to living alone.

Meaning: I’ve been living alone for a while now, and it is nothing unusual for me. I’ve gotten familiar with living alone.
🔺Get used to🔺

‘Get used to’ shows that something is in the process of becoming normal.

🔇Tip: Get used to + gerund

✔️ He’ll get used to her death.

Meaning: Her death has not become normal for him yet, but it will.

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Get_usedto #be_usedto

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Here are some English tips and tricks to learn how to improve your English level daily basis without any stress…

Surround yourself with English as much as possible daily

There many ways to make English part of your everyday life at home,
like reading the newspaper, listening to the radio, writing a diary in English, or listening to English on your cellphone while traveling to work.


Make English friends and conversations about English every single time.

Even if you don’t live in an English-speaking country, there are probably many foreigners living nearby. Find ways to meet native English-speakers: going to foreign bars and restaurants, joining sport and social clubs, or arranging language exchanges. You could even volunteer as a guide at a local tourist attraction to meet English-speakers from all over the world.

Find study partners

You don’t need native speakers to practice your English. Find a study partner, or form an English club and meet regularly to speak English. You can motivate each other, and you will learn by helping others with their problems.


Get online through social media

Get online and you can be in contact with people from all over the world. Join chat rooms or forums, whatsapp group, facebook group or find a penpal to practice your English while learning about different cultures. With social media, it’s easier than ever to stay in touch with friends from all over the world.


Set yourself realistic goals

Give yourself a reason for studying: do you want to get a promotion, be able to talk to your foreign colleagues, study abroad, or spend your next holiday in an English-speaking country? Set short-term as well as long-term goals, and keep track of your progress.

Listen to real English

Train your ear by listening to English spoken at normal speed, even if you don’t understand everything. Also practice listening without seeing things written down and don’t be afraid to listen to things several times to catch any interesting or unusual vocabulary in there. It’s easy to find free English podcasts online and news agencies from most English-speaking countries have audio and video news available for free online.


Find fun ways to learn new words

If you like singing, then look up the words for your favorite English songs. Or if you remember what you see, write new words on ‘Post-it’ notes and stick them up around your house. Make funny example sentences or draw little pictures next to new vocabulary to help you remember it.

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List of things you need to know carefully for making questions in English….

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WHO. Person.
Who’s that man?
He is my neighbor.

WHERE. place
Where do you live?
I live in London

WHEN. time
When did he arrive?
In the afternoon

WHY. reason
Why did you leave?
Because I was tired

HOW. Manner
How did you go?
By car

WHAT. action/object/idea
What are you doing?
I’m working

WHICH. Choice
Which car is better?
The red one

WHOSE. Possession
Whose book is this?
It’s mine

What time is it?
It’s 3 o’clock

WHAT KIND description
What kind of music do you like?
Trash metal

HOW MANY quantity countable
How many beds are there?

HOW MUCH quantity uncountable
How much tea are there?
A lot

How old are you?
I’m 17

HOW LONG duration/length
How long did you stay?
Two weeks

HOW OFTEN frequency
How often do you go to the gym?
Every day

HOW FAR distance
How far is the town?
One mile away

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⭕️Top 10 Most Common Idiomatic Expressions with ‘Like’

💥Sleep like a log
✅Sleep very deeply, sleep very well

💥Sell like hotcakes
✅Sell very well, very quickly

💥Like a fish out of water
✅Completely out of place, not belonging at all

💥Feel like a million
✅Feel very happy

💥Like a bump on a log
✅Do not react in a useful of helpful way to the activities around them

💥Read someone like a book
✅Know exactly someone’s thinking or feelings without having to ask

💥Watch someone like a Hawk
✅Watch someone very carefully, especially because you expect them to do something wrong

💥Fit like a glove
✅It fits exactly

💥Eat like a bird
✅Eat only small amount of food

💥Know someone or something like the back of one’s hand
✅Know very well, in every detail


⚜ Fewer Vs. Less ⚜

Fewer and Less are both used for comparison; However, they’re used differently.


Fewer is used with countable nouns (such as friends, books, shelves)

🔔 Example 🔔

➕ There are fewer books on the shelf now.
➖Eat fewer candies please.

🔆 LESS 🔆

Less, on the other hand, is used with uncountable nouns (Like bread, money, water)

🔔 Example 🔔

➕ I have less money than you.
➖You should spend less time playing around.


Less is used with uncountable and Fewer is used with countable nouns; However, less could also be used with countable nouns ONLY WHEN the noun refers to some sort of a distance, amount or time.

🔔 Example 🔔

➕Less than two weeks
➖Less than two miles
➕Less than three grams.

Tips to learn English easily there are some idioms you need to know carefully…

💥bitch up : to ruin or spoil; to frustrate.

☑️: plain-speaking, outspoken.

💥get burned up
☑️: to become exhausted through physical exertion.

☑️: like for like; similar to tit-for tat.

💥That’s chalk
☑️: that’s inevitable; a foregone conclusion; slang for that’s great.

💥cheek somebody up
☑️: to be impertinent to somebody.

💥clap somebody up
☑️: to applaud somebody; similar to applaud to the echo.

💥cold in the arm, leg
☑️: an inflammation of the arm or leg.

💥curry-favor someone
☑️: give somebody an unfair advantage because of personal connections; curry somebody’s favor.

💥cut-up with someone
☑️: to flirt.

💥cut your grass
☑️: to usurp someone else’s prerogative or exclusive right or privilege.

💥decide your mind
☑️: to make a decision.

💥what the diggins
☑️: an exclamation of surprise.

💥dive up
☑️: to dive into the water and bring something up.

💥doggy after someone
☑️: to follow someone about constantly.

💥don ‘t-care-‘f-I
☑️: not caring, especially about social norms.

💥draw hand
☑️: to make a leading or beckoning gesture.

💥eat off someone
☑️: to eat at someone else’s expense.

💥fowled of doing something
☑️: engaged in doing something.

💥pick up gap seed
☑️: to gather information for gossip.

💥grind somebody up in your heart
☑️: to bear a grudge against somebody.

💥in quest
☑️: to admit defeat in playing cards or marbles.

💥keep somebody hot
☑️: to be at a person’s heels, getting in his/her way.

💥land somebody off
☑️.” to drop someone off from a car or boat.

💥lay on your chest/stomach
☑️: to cause indigestion or nightmares (of food eaten late at night).

💥make him know
☑️: to scold or punish.

💥make your break
☑️: to seize an opportunity to do what one has been wanting to do.

💥mix fool with sense
☑️: to attempt to deceive someone by interspersing lies with the truth.

💥one mind tell me
☑️: To have a vague contradictory feeling (that something would happen, etc.).

💥own something to somebody
☑️: to confess something to somebody.

💥pick somebody’s mouth
☑️: to get information by engaging in seemingly casual conversation.

💥pick up for somebody
☑️: to take somebody’s side of the argument.

💥pitch a stink
☑️: to object vehemently, cause a commotion.

💥poke death with a stick
☑️: to court danger, to tempt fate.

💥rap someone up
☑️: to applaud someone, especially for a generous donation to a church.

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