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How do I learn word endings?

Yes, those noun declentions and verb conjugations can at first seem downright impossible to learn, but fear not! With a simple, step by step approach, both declentions and conjugations can readily be learned!

Hailey O. A Level English Literature tutor, A Level English tutor, A ...

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