The auxiliary (‘A’) for Continuous time forms, the Passive, … It’s so much easier than it looks!
Determiners: Some, Any, No, and A/An
“Would you like some more tea?” – “Yes, but I don’t want any sugar.” Some, any and no can be a challenge. But it’s easy, really!
The auxiliary (‘A’) for Simple tenses, and so much more…
The Future with BE going to
“What are we going to do today?” We use the going-to future to talk about plans, intentions, and intuitions, or “immediate predictions”.
Future: Present Tenses
You can use the Present Simple and the Present Continuous to talk about the future. The Present Simple is for timetables, the Present Continuous for future arrangements.
The Future with WILL
“Will I pass the exam?” The future holds many questions. Let’s start by asking, “How do we talk about the future?”
Have is a primary verb we use to talk about possession, consumption, and similar concepts. It’s also the auxiliary for Perfect time forms.
Modal Verbs: Introduction
A brief introduction to modal verbs. Follow the links for details.
Phrasal and Prepositional Verbs
A phrasal verb is a verb that is made up of a main verb together with an adverb or a preposition, or both. Typically, their meaning is not obvious from the meanings of the individual words themselves.
Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns
“Is this my pen?” – “No, it’s hers.”