Etiqueta: grammar

Connector Corner – Connectors of Similarity

Here are some new connectors. Try putting them into practice in your written and oral expression. Over the next few weeks we will be publishing more and if you missed any of the other publications, you can find them in our blog section “Connector Corner“ This week connectors are: “Connectors of Similarity”     Leer más →

Connector corner – Connectors of Time & Sequence

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Connector Coner – Connectors of Purpose

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English Idioms – Hit the Books

A new idiom for today – “Hit the books” What it means: To study diligently In a sentence: “I can’t go out this weekend; I have to hit the books for my English exam.” Leer más →

How can we tell if I’d is WOULD or HAD?

Good morning! Here is a question I am asked quite often…How can I tell if I’d means would or had?

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Click here if you would like to download the pdf file  I’d would or had

Recipe how to speak English faster

I know what you are thinking, “A recipe on an English learning page?” Well this is a special recipe. I found it and thought maybe some of you would like to give it a try. Do you have any other methods that have helped you to speak English better or faster? Please share them with us.   Leer más →

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