How to use EVEN in English: Advanced Grammar Lesson


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Vanessa: Hi, I'm Vanessa from Do you even know how to use the word even? Let's talk about it. Vanessa: Get ready to strap on your English helmets because you're going to be taken for a rollercoaster ride about how to use the word even. Maybe you use the word even in school but I hope that this lesson will be even more practical, even more useful, and even more enjoyable than those lessons. If you feel like I can't do it, it's too tough, well I have some good news for you, even you can do it. Let's get started. Vanessa: You can use the word even in two situations. Let's take a look at the first one, including a little test. Which of these two sentences do you think is the most correct? I don't like coffee, even with milk and sugar. Even I don't like coffee with milk and sugar. Which one of these sentences feels better to you? We haven't talked about how to use the word even yet but listen to your heart, what do you think? Vanessa: Well, this is kind of a trick question because both of these are grammatically correct but they have slightly different meanings so let's take a look at why they're different.