Hello English learners. Welcome to a new lesson. Many of my students cannot always tell whether to use will or be going to in their sentences. Since grammar is very important, in today’s lesson, we will talk about how to use will, shall and going to to express future.
Hi dear English learners! Are you going away for the weekend? Have you given away something recently? Well, if you don’t know what these phrasal verbs mean, keep on reading, because in this lesson we will be learning 13 phrasal verbs with away. I’ll give lots of examples so you can remember them in context.
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.
When to Use “Used to” and “Would” As an English teacher, I often meet English students who believe that they don’t need to study grammar. I suppose that a native speaker doesn’t have to know the grammar of their native language because they’d naturally learned the language when they were Read more…
Hi dear English learners! In today’s lesson, we will be learning about correlative conjunctions. It sounds like something very difficult it’s not really. You’ve probably been using them all the time without knowing much about them theoretically.You’ve surely said many times that you don’t know what to do – whether to do this or that. Or, I like both strawberry and chocolate ice-cream. These small conjunctions whether, or, both, and are correlative conjunctions when used together in a sentence. Let’s discuss this topic in more details.