Category Archives: Grammar
Are you ready to practise NARRATIVE TENSES? Read some stories and fill the gaps with the correct verbal tense. Story 1 Story 2 Story 3 Story 4 Now listen to this native American folk tale and ENJOY!! Advertisements
We can use the past simple to talk about actions and states which we see as completed in the past. I left school when I was sixteen. I was very happy then. He told me all about his childhood. We … Continue reading
What are Indirect Questions? Direct questions are the “normal” questions that we can ask to friends, family members, and people who we know well. Example of a direct question: “Where’s the bathroom?” Indirect questions are a little more formal and … Continue reading
Present perfect simple or continuous? Often there is very little difference between the present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous. In many cases, both are equally acceptable. They’ve been working here for a long time but Andy has worked … Continue reading
PERMISSION, OBLIGATION AND NECESSITY: PRACTISE: exercise1 exercise2 exercise3 exercise4(needn’t have to/didn’t need to) NOW WATCH THESE SONGS AND SING ALONG. CAN YOU FIND ANY OF THE MODAL VERBS YOU’VE LEARNT?
Some of you may find it difficult to use conditional sentences in English properly. However, it is not that hard. You just need to have the possible different constructions clear and practice them as many times as you can both … Continue reading