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A question tag is a short question at the end of a sentence which is used to check information, ask for confirmation (negative tag) or agreement (positive tag).

Question Tags formation

A question tag is a short question at the end of a sentence which is used to check information, ask for confirmation (negative tag) or agreement (positive tag).

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The pronoun who is a wh-question used to ask about the subject of the action.

Wh- Question words: Who…?

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The pronoun who is a wh-question used to ask about the subject of the action.

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The wh- questions in the past tense are used to ask for information in the past. Wh Questions, This Or That Questions, Interrogative Pronouns, Teaching Grammar, Past Tense, Learning English, Foreign Language, English Grammar, Contents

Wh- Questions in Past Form

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The wh- questions in the past tense are used to ask for information in the past.

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. The particle usually gives a whole new meaning to the verb.

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. The particle usually gives a whole new meaning to the verb.

Prepositional verbs are the result of the combination of prepositions and verbs in a sentence.  A prepositional verb is every verb followed by a preposition.

Prepositional Verbs

Prepositional verbs are the result of the combination of prepositions and verbs in a sentence. A prepositional verb is every verb followed by a preposition.

Certain adjectives are used only with specific prepositions.

Common Adjective and Preposition Combinations

Prepositions are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Certain adjectives are used only with specific prepositions.

Determiners are modifiers of nouns. They can provide information about which and how much/many people, things, animals, places… we are talking about. Quantitative determiners or quantifiers are used to indicate the quantity of something .

Quantitative Determiners

Determiners are modifiers of nouns. They can provide information about which and how much/many people, things, animals, places… we are talking about. Quantitative determiners or quantifiers are used to indicate the quantity of something .

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Intensifiers and Mitigators

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of degree are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective. Intensifiers and mitigators are part of adverbs of degree.

Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them. The comparative of equality (as…as clause) is used for the same purpose. Teaching Grammar, Adverbs, Learning English, Foreign Language, English Grammar, Contents, Equality, Curriculum, Purpose
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Comparative Clauses: As … as

Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them. The comparative of equality (as…as clause) is used for the same purpose.

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of possession are used to express that something belongs to a person, animal or thing.

Prepositions of Possession

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of possession are used to express that something belongs to a person, animal or thing.

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of method and manner are used to explain in what way something is done.

Prepositions of Method and Manner

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of method and manner are used to explain in what way something is done.

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. We use the prepositions of place to locate an event in space.

Prepositions of Place – extension

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. We use the prepositions of place to locate an event in space.

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of place provide information about the place of an action.

Adverbs of Place

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of place provide information about the place of an action.

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of degree or intensifiers are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.

Adverbs of Degree

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of degree or intensifiers are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Teaching Grammar, Adverbs, Expressions, English Grammar, Language, Ads, Templates, Blog, Range

Adverbs Formation

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information.

May is a type of auxiliary modal verb used to express the possibility for something to happen and also to ask for or give permission.

May: Modals of Possibility

A modal verb is a type of auxiliary (helping) verb that has no meaning on its own but it modifies the main verb, changes its meaning and gives more details about the action. May is a type of auxiliary modal verb used to express the possibility for something to happen and also to ask for or give permission.

Could is the past form of the modal verb can. These are types of modal auxiliary verbs used to express the idea of ability or permission. Can Verb, Subject And Verb, Teaching Grammar, English Grammar, Meant To Be, The Past, Action, Templates, Canning
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Can and Could: Modals of Ability

A modal verb is a type of auxiliary (helping) verb that has no meaning on its own but it modifies the main verb, changes its meaning and gives more details about the action. Could is the past form of the modal verb can. These are types of modal auxiliary verbs used to express the idea of ability or permission.

Must is a type of auxiliary modal verb used to express certainty, necessity or strong obligation which doesn’t come from outside, it’s a personal opinion.

Must: Modals of Obligation

A modal verb is a type of auxiliary (helping) verb that has no meaning on its own but it modifies the main verb, changes its meaning and gives more details about the action. Must is a type of auxiliary modal verb used to express certainty, necessity or strong obligation which doesn’t come from outside, it’s a personal opinion. It also expresses prohibition in the negative form.

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. We use prepositions of place to locate an event in a space frame.

Prepositions of Place

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. We use prepositions of place to locate an event in a space frame.

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. We use prepositions of place to locate an event in a space frame.

Prepositions of Time

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. We use prepositions of time to locate an event in a time frame.

There are some verbs that need to be followed by a gerund or infinitive.

Verbs followed by Gerunds and Infinitives

There are some verbs that need to be followed by a gerund or infinitive.

Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Adjectives can be used with active or passive voice.

Active and Passive Adjectives

Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Adjectives can be used with active or passive voice.

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Relative pronouns are used to introduce relative clauses. They refer to place and time by replacing the subject expressed in the main clause to avoid the repetition of it in the relative clauses.

Relative Pronouns of Place and Time

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Relative pronouns are used to introduce relative clauses. They refer to place and time by replacing the subject expressed in the main clause to avoid the repetition of it in the relative clauses.

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Relative pronouns are used to introduce relative clauses. They refer to people or things by replacing the subject expressed in the main clause to avoid the repetition of it in the relative clause.

Relative Pronouns of People and Things

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Relative pronouns are used to introduce relative clauses. They refer to people or things by replacing the subject expressed in the main clause to avoid the repetition of it in the relative clause.

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Reflexive pronouns are used to emphasise the subject of the sentence. List Of Pronouns, Grammar Anchor Charts, Teaching English Grammar, Writing Advice, Sentences, Education, Learning, Words, Language Arts
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Reflexive Pronouns

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Reflexive pronouns are used to emphasise the subject of the sentence.

Shall is a modal verb used in question form to ask for instructions or for formulating requests in a polite way.

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A question tag is a short question at the end of a sentence which is used to check information, ask for confirmation (negative tag) or agreement (positive tag).

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Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The wh- questions in the past tense are used to ask for information in the past. Wh Questions, This Or That Questions, Interrogative Pronouns, Teaching Grammar, Past Tense, Learning English, Foreign Language, English Grammar, Contents

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Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The pronoun who is a wh-question used to ask about the subject of the action.

A2 Wh- Question Words: Who...?

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A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. The particle usually gives a whole new meaning to the verb.

A2 Phrasal Verbs

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A2 Prepositional Phrases

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Certain adjectives are used only with specific prepositions.

A2 Common Adjective and Preposition Combinations

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Determiners are modifiers of nouns. They can provide information about which and how much/many people, things, animals, places… we are talking about. Quantitative determiners or quantifiers are used to indicate the quantity of something .

A2 Quantitative Determiners

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Intensifiers and mitigators are two kinds of adverbs of degree. We use intensifiers to emphasise words or expressions, and mitigators to make the emphasis on… Teaching Grammar, Adverbs, Learning English, Foreign Language, English Grammar, Contents, Curriculum, This Book
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A2 Intensifiers

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Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them. The comparative of equality (as…as clause) is used for the same purpose. Teaching Grammar, Adverbs, Learning English, Foreign Language, English Grammar, Contents, Equality, Curriculum, Purpose
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A2 Comparative Clause: As...as

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Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of possession are used to express that something belongs to a person, animal or thing.

A2 Prepositions of Possession

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So that and so…that are two different, though similar, constructions which express different things. So that highlights the consequences of an action or purpose. So…that shows extremes leading to certain results.

So that vs So … that

So that and so…that are two different, though similar, constructions which express different things. So that highlights the consequences of an action or purpose. So…that shows extremes leading to certain results.

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Nouns refer to a person, place, thing, event, substance or quality. We can form a feminine version from a masculine noun when the person we’re talking about is a woman.

Feminine Noun formation

Nouns refer to a person, place, thing, event, substance or quality. We can form a feminine version from a masculine noun when the person we’re talking about is a woman.

The imperative is a structure used to give an order or command. Teaching Grammar, Learning English, English Grammar, Positivity, Templates, Adventure, Types Of Organisation, Study Methods, Lyrics

Imperative Mood

The imperative is a structure used to give an order or command.

We use the verbs like, love and hate to express positive (love or like) or negative (hate) feelings about something.

Like, Love and Hate

We use the verbs like, love and hate to express positive (love or like) or negative (hate) feelings about something.

Would like is used to express requests or offers more politely. Teaching Grammar, English Lessons, English Grammar, Templates, School, Stencils, Template, Schools, Patterns
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Would Like

Would like is used to express requests or offers more politely.

Like, as a verb, is used to express things we enjoy and take pleasure in. Teaching Grammar, English Grammar, Being Used, Templates, Stencils, Template, Patterns
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Like

Like, as a verb, is used to express things we enjoy and take pleasure in.

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun.  Object pronouns are pronouns which are used as an object that follows a verb or a preposition or as replacement for objects to avoid repetitions.

Object Pronouns

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Object pronouns are pronouns which are used as an object that follows a verb or a preposition or as replacement for objects to avoid repetitions.

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Relative pronouns are used to introduce relative clauses. Relative Clauses, Relative Pronouns, Teaching Grammar, Learn English Words, English Grammar, Templates, Learning, Stencils, Studying
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Relative Pronouns

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Relative pronouns are used to introduce relative clauses.

Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Demonstrative adjectives are used to place objects in space and identify their position.

Demonstrative Pronouns

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Demonstrative pronouns are determiners used instead of nouns to refer to things and identify their position and distance from the speaker.

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Possessive pronouns are determiners used to show that one thing belongs to someone. Teaching Grammar, English Grammar, Gender, Templates, Words, English Exercises, Stencils, Template, Horse

Possessive Pronouns

Pronouns are words used to avoid repetitions of a noun. Possessive pronouns are determiners used to show that one thing belongs to someone.

Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Demonstrative adjectives are used to place objects in space and identify their position.

Demonstrative Adjectives

Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Demonstrative adjectives are used to place objects in space and identify their position.

Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Possessive adjectives are used to show that something belongs to someone.

Possessive Adjectives

Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Possessive adjectives are used to show that something belongs to someone.

Comparative are used to compare two things, people or actions while superlative express the superiority of one thing, person or action. There are some adjectives and adverbs with irregular comparative and superlative.

Irregular Comparative and Superlative

Comparative are used to compare two things, people or actions while superlative express the superiority of one thing, person or action. There are some adjectives and adverbs with irregular comparative and superlative.

The superlative adjectives/adverbs are used to make a comparison between things, people or actions, expressing the superiority of one thing, person or action which has the highest level of a particular quality.

Superlative of Adjectives and Adverbs

The superlative adjectives/adverbs are used to make a comparison between things, people or actions, expressing the superiority of one thing, person or action which has the highest level of a particular quality.

The comparison of adjectives and adverbs is used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them.

Comparisons with Adjectives and Adverbs

The comparison of adjectives and adverbs is used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them.

Adverbs are words that function as modifiers of sentences, clauses or various elements of clauses. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of degree are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.

Adverbs of Degree

Adverbs are words that function as modifiers of sentences, clauses or various elements of clauses. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of degree are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.

Adverbs are words that function as modifiers of sentences, clauses or various elements of clauses. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of frequency are used to give information about the frequency of an event.

Adverbs of Frequency

Adverbs are words that function as modifiers of sentences, clauses or various elements of clauses. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of frequency are used to give information about the frequency of an event.

Prepositional phrases are the result of the combination of a preposition and other elements of the sentence (nouns, pronouns, gerunds…).

Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional phrases are the result of the combination of a preposition and other elements of the sentence (nouns, pronouns, gerunds…).

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence by locating events, people and objects in a time and place or to show movement from one place to another.

Common Prepositions

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence by locating events, people and objects in a time and place or to show movement from one place to another.

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Be going to

To be going to is a structure that refers to the future.

The past simple is the tense used to express situations that occurred in the past and have now concluded. Many common verbs have irregular past forms.

Past Simple of Irregular Verbs

The past simple is the tense used to express situations that occurred in the past and have now concluded. Many common verbs have irregular past forms.

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possessions, relationships, illnesses and characteristics of people and things. When expressed in its interrogative form, it is used to ask questions about the possession of something. Do You Work, Does It Work, Simple Past Tense, The Tenses, Subject And Verb, Teaching Grammar, Question Mark, English Grammar, The Past

Past Simple Interrogative

The past simple is the tense used to express situations, events and actions that happened in the past. When expressed in its interrogative form, it is used to ask questions about the past.

The past simple is the tense used to express situations, events and actions that happened in the past. When expressed in its negative form, the verb denies something about the subject. The Tenses, Teaching English Grammar, Past Tense, English Class, Going To Work, Templates, Shit Happens, Simple, Study
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Past Simple Negative

The past simple is the tense used to express situations, events and actions that happened in the past. When expressed in its negative form, the verb denies something about the subject.

The past simple is the tense used to express situations, events and actions that happened in the past. When expressed in its affirmative form, the verb confirms something about the subject. English Class, English Grammar, The Tenses, Subject And Verb, Teaching Grammar, Past Tense, The Past, Events, Templates
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Past Simple Affirmative

The past simple is the tense used to express situations, events and actions that happened in the past. When expressed in its affirmative form, the verb confirms something about the subject.

The verb to be is essential in grammar. It is an auxiliary verb and it is one of the irregular verbs. To express situations that occurred in the past and have now concluded, we use the past tense of the verb. English Grammar Tenses, Irregular Verbs, Teaching Grammar, Past Tense, English Class, School Hacks, The Past, Language, Templates
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Past simple of To be

The verb to be is essential in grammar. It is an auxiliary verb and it is one of the irregular verbs. To express situations that occurred in the past and have now concluded, we use the past tense of the verb.

The present continuous (or progressive) is the tense used to express situations that are happening now (before, during and after the moment of speaking).

Present Continuous Interrogative

The present continuous (or progressive) is the tense used to express situations that are happening now (before, during and after the moment of speaking). When expressed in its interrogative form, it is used to form questions about something that is happening now.

The present continuous (or progressive) is the tense used to express situations that are happening now (before, during and after the moment of speaking). When expressed in its negative form, the verb denies that something is happening now.

Present Continuous Negative

The present continuous (or progressive) is the tense used to express situations that are happening now (before, during and after the moment of speaking). When expressed in its negative form, the verb denies that something is happening now.

The present continuous (or progressive) is the tense used to express situations that are happening now (before, during and after the moment of speaking). When expressed in its affirmative form, the verb confirms that something is happening now.

Present Continuous Affirmative

The present continuous (or progressive) is the tense used to express situations that are happening now (before, during and after the moment of speaking). When expressed in its affirmative form, the verb confirms that something is happening now.

The verb would is a modal verb used to express willingness in the past, polite request, preferences/desires, offers and invitations. Teaching Grammar, English Grammar, Work On Yourself, Meant To Be, Politics, Invitations, Action, Templates, Type

Would: Modals of Ability

A modal verb is a type of auxiliary (helping) verb that has no meaning on its own but modifies the main verb, changes its meaning and gives more detail about the action. The verb would is a modal verb used to express willingness in the past, polite request, preferences/desires, offers and invitations.

To be is a linking verb and an auxiliary verb that is essential in grammar. When expressed in its affirmative form, the verb confirms something about the subject. English Verbs, English Language, Can Verb, Verbo To Be, Linking Verbs, Teaching English Grammar, Learn English, Meant To Be, Templates
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Can: Modals of Ability

A modal verb is a type of auxiliary (helping) verb that has no meaning on its own but it modifies the main verb, changes its meaning and gives more details about the action. The verb can is a modal verb used to express the idea of ability or opportunity, to express the possibility or impossibility of an event or action happening and to ask for or give permission.

We use the verb to have to form common expressions in informal communication.

To have: Common Expressions

We use the verb to have to form common expressions in informal communication.

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possessions, relationships, illnesses and characteristics of people and things. When expressed in its interrogative form, it is used to ask questions about the possession of something. Do You Work, Does It Work, Simple Past Tense, The Tenses, Subject And Verb, Teaching Grammar, Question Mark, English Grammar, The Past

Have and Have got Interrogative

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possessions, relationships, illnesses and characteristics of people and things. When expressed in its interrogative form, it is used to ask questions about the possession of something.

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possession, relationship, illnesses and the characteristics of people and things. When expressed in its negative form, the verb denies something about the subject. Teaching Grammar, Teaching English, Verb To Have, Verbo To Be, Linking Verbs, English Grammar Rules, Subject And Verb, Short Form, Home Learning

Have and Have got Negative

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possession, relationship, illnesses and the characteristics of people and things. When expressed in its negative form, the verb denies something about the subject.

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possession, relationship, illnesses and the characteristics of people and things. When expressed in its affirmative form, the verb confirms something about the subject.

Have and Have got Affirmative

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possession, relationship, illnesses and the characteristics of people and things. When expressed in its affirmative form, the verb confirms something about the subject.

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Shall is a modal verb used in question form to ask for instructions or for formulating requests in a polite way.

Questions with Shall…?

Shall is a modal verb used in question form to ask for instructions or for formulating requests in a polite way.

A question tag is a short question at the end of a sentence which is used to check information, ask for confirmation (negative tag) or agreement (positive tag).

Question Tags formation

A question tag is a short question at the end of a sentence which is used to check information, ask for confirmation (negative tag) or agreement (positive tag).

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The pronoun who is a wh-question used to ask about the subject of the action.

Wh- Question words: Who…?

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The pronoun who is a wh-question used to ask about the subject of the action.

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The wh- questions in the past tense are used to ask for information in the past. Wh Questions, This Or That Questions, Interrogative Pronouns, Teaching Grammar, Past Tense, Learning English, Foreign Language, English Grammar, Contents

Wh- Questions in Past Form

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), which show what kind of information is wanted. The wh- questions in the past tense are used to ask for information in the past.

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. The particle usually gives a whole new meaning to the verb.

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. The particle usually gives a whole new meaning to the verb.

Prepositional verbs are the result of the combination of prepositions and verbs in a sentence.  A prepositional verb is every verb followed by a preposition.

Prepositional Verbs

Prepositional verbs are the result of the combination of prepositions and verbs in a sentence. A prepositional verb is every verb followed by a preposition.

Certain adjectives are used only with specific prepositions.

Common Adjective and Preposition Combinations

Prepositions are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Adjectives are determiners that can be placed in two different positions within a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Certain adjectives are used only with specific prepositions.

Determiners are modifiers of nouns. They can provide information about which and how much/many people, things, animals, places… we are talking about. Quantitative determiners or quantifiers are used to indicate the quantity of something .

Quantitative Determiners

Determiners are modifiers of nouns. They can provide information about which and how much/many people, things, animals, places… we are talking about. Quantitative determiners or quantifiers are used to indicate the quantity of something .

Intensifiers and mitigators are two kinds of adverbs of degree. We use intensifiers to emphasise words or expressions, and mitigators to make the emphasis on… Teaching Grammar, Adverbs, Learning English, Foreign Language, English Grammar, Contents, Curriculum, This Book
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Intensifiers and Mitigators

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of degree are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective. Intensifiers and mitigators are part of adverbs of degree.

Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them. The comparative of equality (as…as clause) is used for the same purpose. Teaching Grammar, Adverbs, Learning English, Foreign Language, English Grammar, Contents, Equality, Curriculum, Purpose
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Comparative Clauses: As … as

Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them. The comparative of equality (as…as clause) is used for the same purpose.

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of possession are used to express that something belongs to a person, animal or thing.

Prepositions of Possession

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of possession are used to express that something belongs to a person, animal or thing.

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of method and manner are used to explain in what way something is done.

Prepositions of Method and Manner

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. Prepositions of method and manner are used to explain in what way something is done.

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. We use the prepositions of place to locate an event in space.

Prepositions of Place – extension

Prepositions are small words that connect elements in a sentence. They are essential because they provide additional details about the sentence. We use the prepositions of place to locate an event in space.

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of place provide information about the place of an action.

Adverbs of Place

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of place provide information about the place of an action.

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of degree or intensifiers are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.

Adverbs of Degree

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of degree or intensifiers are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of manner are used to provide information about the way (how) something is done. English Grammar, English Language, Teaching Grammar, Adverbs, Manners, Being Used, Politics, Range, Templates

Adverbs of Manner

Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range of information. Adverbs of manner are used to provide information about the way (how) something is done.