Today's lesson is about phrasal verbs we use to describe relationships. Keep reading to learn how to talk about family relationships, friendships and romance.
This is the second in my conditionals series. Today I'm going to tell you about the first conditional. We use this to talk about a real possibility in the future. We usually make the first conditional with the present simple after if and will/won't + infinitive in the other half of the sentence.
Do you find it difficult to learn and remember phrasal verbs? A lot of students say it's one of the most difficult things about learning English. One way to learn them is by topic so here is a list of phrasal verbs which are useful for talking about telephone calls.
June is when the summer starts. I like the weather in June because it’s warm and sunny without being too hot. It’s light very early in the morning and it doesn’t get completely dark until about 10 o’clock. In fact, the longest day is 20th or 21st June. There are roses and poppies in the garden. It’s also a good month for strawberries.
June is when the summer starts. I like the weather in June because it’s warm and sunny without being too hot or humid, unlike July and August. It gets light very early in the morning, many hours before I get up, and doesn’t get completely dark until about 10 o’clock. In fact, the longest day is on or near 21st June.
This is the first in a series of posts about conditional sentences. That means sentences with "if". Let's start with the easiest one, the zero conditional, although you don't need to worry about the names as much as the meaning. Keep reading to learn more.
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