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Understanding your personal finances with zero and first conditional

Let's break down the zero and first conditionals in simple terms. The zero conditional is used to talk about things that are always true or generally happen. For example, "If you heat water, it boils." Here, the condition (heating water) always leads to the result (water boiling). The first part of this sentence is the condition or cause clause, which provides a condition statement using verbs in the present simple tense : "If you heat water." The second part of this sentence is the result clause, which provides a consequence statement using verbs in the present simple tense : "It boils ." zero conditional On the other hand, the first conditional is used for real situations or events that are likely to happen in the future. It typically follows an "if...then" structure. For instance, "If it rains tomorrow, I will go to the movies." In this case, there is a real possibility of rain tomorrow, leading to going to the movies. The

Learning English vocabulary with "House of Gucci"

House of Gucci is buzzed as 2021 blockbuster. The real-life-based drama has awakened the audience's interest with an attractive script, stellar cast, impeccable production, and first-class director. The feature is based on the book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, and Greed   by Sara Gay Forden. It portrays the story of Patrizia Reggiani, the wife of Maurizio Gucci, who had him murdered; by far is a story of love, hatred, ambition, and a particular woman's rise and fall.   Lady Gaga plays Reggiani; undoubtedly, Gaga is one of the most brilliant artists; the critics and press have been talking about her preparation for and performance of her role. 


Action verbs are words that describe mental or physical actions. They are called action verbs because they can help create a more vivid image in the reader's mind. For example, "She walked up the stairs" is an example of an action verb. The importance of understanding action verbs is to be able to read more efficiently and accurately. We should look for the subject and then look for the action verb when we read. Once we find these two things, we will know who is doing what to whom or what is happening in a sentence. How to recognize an action verb Look at the picture above, pause for a minute, and think about what you see. You can notice a person (subject) and then look at what this person is physically doing (runs). Here you have identified the subject (he) and the verb (runs) 


Action verbs are one of the eight parts of speech in English. They describe mental and physical actions. Sometimes, they can be used as nouns, adjectives, or adverbs. Action verbs are important because they help the reader understand what is happening in the sentence.   Action verbs help create a more vivid image in the reader's or speaker's mind. They are called action verbs because they can show what the subject is doing. For example, "She walked up the stairs." These words often have a short vowel sound and end in "-ing." For example, "running" or "walking." Finding the action verb Look at this picture. Notice that a person subject (she) is doing a physical action (talks). The action "talks" is a verb because it is an action performed by this person.