5 Ways to Say Resolve | Phrases to Learn English

Are you looking for a way to resolve situations linguistically? We all have language deficiencies that we need to sort out and here at Scrambled Eggs we are ready and equipped to help you clear up any misunderstandings!

The English language can be tricky because sometimes a word has more than one, or even two, meaning(s). The verb resolve is a great example! It is a versatile verb and so we have put together a list of five different ways you can say it!

Do you need to settle a negotiation with an important client?

Or, maybe you need to sort out an important issue with a friend.

Perhaps you need to clear up a misunderstanding in order to move forward with a project.

And then work out a compromise, because who doesn’t want to walk away from a problem with a solid agreement?

Last but not least, maybe you need to fix a problem before moving on with a task.

As you can see, there are five ways you can use the verb resolve. Can you use them all correctly? Can you think of different situations when you could use each one? Now you are ready to linguistically resolve any situation!

Gerund vs Infinitive: English Grammar Exercise

One of the hardest concepts for someone learning English as a foreign language is how to form verbs and what structures to use with them. Today we will tackle when to use the gerund and when to use the infinitive after a specific verb. Unfortunately, this is one of the classic exceptions in the English language where there is no specific rule to follow, which means you have even more reason to practice as much as possible! So here’s a brief explanation of some of the primary verbs that deal with the gerund vs. the infinitive:

So, with that explanation in mind, how about we put your skills to the test and try out one of our latest quizzes? Scrambled Eggs English School in Milan is always concocting something new in their laboratory to give you the best in English language learning, and today’s English quiz is no exception. Give it a try and see what score you can get!

Verbs + Gerund/Infinitive

Use your best English language skills to complete the following quiz.

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Much vs Many – English Grammar Exercise

In today’s post we will talk about a topic which is a bit tricky for some English learners. Are you ready to improve your language knowledge with our Scrambled Eggs grammar quiz and learn the difference between Much and Many?

When you’re ready , start the quiz and choose the correct answer between Much/Many.

Much vs Many

Scegli l’opzione corretta tra Much e Many!

If it still seems a bit tricky, have you considered coming to our Milan language school for a lesson? Our qualified and experience native-speaker instructors are ready to jump into action to help you with whatever problems you may be having with English. If you haven’t studied with us before, you can book a free introductory Level Test here: http://scrambledeggsinglese.it/prenota-test-di-valutazione/


If you found this blog post useful and you’d like to find more tips and exercises, check out some more of our material here: http://scrambledeggsinglese.it/scrambled-eggs-blog/.