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Monday, November 30, 2009

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Friday, October 16, 2009

LInks to Great Exercises on Grammar Online

There are so many websites on grammar on the internet. Above are just some of the samples.

Just try any one of them... remember: Practice makes perfect.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Malaysian is top English student at London varsity

The Star, Tuesday September 8, 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: A 21-year-old has done Malaysia proud when she was adjudged top student in English at the University of London’s Queen Mary College recently.

Adelina Raisa Sufian, who obtained a Bachelor of Arts (English) degree with first class honours, won the coveted 2009 Westfield Trust Prize for outstanding academic achievement in English at the university last month.

Commenting on her achievement, Adelina attributed her success to encouragement from her parents, businessman Datuk Sufian Majid and Datin Alissa Fitri.
Top scorer: Adelina (left) posing for a photo with friends after she won the Westfield Trust Prize at the University of London recently. — Bernama

“I set a target throughout my study,” she said. “Most importantly, we must have the determination and confidence to succeed.

“I am glad that I was able to compete with native speakers of English, as well as students from other countries,” she told Ber- nama.

Adelina, who is also an accomplished pianist, has represented Queen Mary College in choir and mathematics competitions.

While pursuing higher education at the Oakham School, Britain, in 2004, she won the Headmaster’s Prize and was adjudged top student in Mathematics, English and Chemistry.

On her future, Adelina said she planned to write, pursue a Master’s degree and work in Malaysia.

“I love my country,” she added.

Thursday, July 23, 2009


Master, P. (1996). Systems in English grammar: An introduction for language teachers. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall Regents.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

What is a word?

How do you define a "word"?