Make or Do – When should I use it ?
Help, I never know which one to use ?! Check out this great video.
The Present Perfect tense
This lesson is an overview of the present perfect tense. What it looks like, how to use it and when to use it! Structure: Subject + have/has + main verb (past participle form) If you don’t feel confident using the present perfect tense in English yet… There are...
Prepositions – those small useful function words
Prepositions are those small very important function words that come before nouns to form phrases and need to be used correctly, so that the phrase makes sense. For example: in, on, at, by. Location / Place There are 3 people in the room (in = an enclosed space) My...
Modals how do they work
Modals how do they work, full explanation, examples and how to use. FREE Download
Adverb or adjective
ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB THE DIFFERENCE An adjective tells us more about a noun. Example: an expensive car, a clever girl An adverb tells us more about a verb. Example: He talked nervously. HOW TO FORM THE ADVERB Adjective + ly sad sadly quiet quietly nervous...
Talking about the future in English
When we think of the future, if we're thinking grammatically, we think of will. However, the future can be different depending on what we're talking about. Will is not the only future, as Tim explores in this video.
Making future predictions
One of the many uses of the future tenses in English is to make predictions – to suggest, or guess, something is likely to happen in the future. We usually make predictions with the future simple forms of will (It will be a good day.) or going to (Our team are going...