dear English learners. Here we are again with a new lesson. Today’s lesson is about the adverb even. We are going to learn how to use even in a sentence with lots of examples so you can learn about it in context. We normally use even to emphasize something unusual or surprising.
Hi, dear English learners. I hope you are doing well. In today’s blog entry, I want to look at 10 expressions starting with the auxiliary verb “be”. Most of these phrases, as a rule, express modality and have a structure of their own. Anyway, all ten expressions are very useful, so my best advice to you is to read their definitions and check how they are used in context, and then try to incorporate them into your everyday English by all means.
You’ve most probably seen these three conjunctions many times. My students often ask me about their pronunciation and sometimes can’t understand that although and though mean the same but though can be used at the end of a sentence, with the same meaning; probably because it is quite different in other languages.
Hi dear English learners! In today’s lesson, we’re going to look at negative prefixes and suffixes in English. I’m sure that you’re sometimes confused and can’t tell if somebody is impolite or unpolite, but don’t worry, you’re not the only one. So, let’s get started with the lesson and hope it will help you clear up some things related to this particular subject.
Hi dear English learners! Here is another lesson to help you understand English better. Today, we will look at some words, phrases and modal verbs for expressing future probability in English. It means that we are going to talk about how probable things are to happen in the future. This is the vocabulary we are going to look at