Daily Dose of English - Page 15: Few, Little, Jabberwocky

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This is page fifteen of the series of video lessons, “Daily Dose of English”.

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A Few, Few, A Little, Little

There’s little difference between little and a little and there are few differences between few and a few. This video tells you what the differences are.


The Jabberwocky is a nonsense poem by Lewis Carroll. Because of the nonsense nature of some of the words used, it shows us how we can easily guess the type of word from the position in the sentence. We can only replace content words with nonsense words. Try doing it with function words and you won’t understand anything.


Though mean can mean mean when it means the significance of something, or mean can mean mean when it means the middle, mean can also mean mean when it means tight. If that means nothing to you, you might need to watch this Daily Dose of English.


Water is a very necessary part of our world and this Daily Dose of English tells you all you need to know about how we use the word in English.

Try the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice various math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.
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