Quiz: Which sentence is correct?
1a I'm pleased to meet you.
1b I'm pleased meeting you.
2a She's good at to speak English.
2b She's good at speaking English.
3a He's given up to smoke.
3b He's given up smoking.
4a Being happy is more important than being rich.
4b To be happy is more important than to be rich.
5a I went to the shop to buy some milk.
5b I went to the shopping buying some milk.
Keep reading to see the answers.
Do you know when to use the past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous tenses? Test your knowledge with this quiz!
Today is International Dog Day so I thought I would give you some useful vocabulary to talk about dogs.
In part 1, we looked at when to use "to" and when to use "-ing" but there are some situations when we use the infinitive without "to" and that's what you can learn in part 2.
In this post, you can learn the most common dog-themed idioms in English. I was surprised to discover that there are so many! Read on to learn more!
Do you prefer cats or dogs? I like both but think I'm probably more of a cat person. In this post, I'm going to teach you some cat-themed idioms we use in English.
I think one of the most important factors in how successful you will be when learning a language is motivation. Motivated students usually do better and learn faster. If you aren’t motivated, you won’t learn as much. However, even the best of us find it difficult to stay motivated all the time! Here are some suggestions to motivate yourself.
We've just had a heatwave here in the UK! In Cambridge it was over 30 degrees for six days. This might be totally normal in some countries but not here! It's not my favourite weather at all and I'm very glad it's cooler today! This morning we had rain, thunder and lightning!
Keep reading for some useful vocabulary for talking about the weather in summer!
The Internet is a fantastic resource for learning English! In fact, I don't think it has ever been so easy for people to learn from home. This post will give you some suggestions for how to use the internet and some useful websites and apps to try.
When I started to post on Instagram, I made 24 phrasal verb posts, one for each letter of the alphabet except for X and Y! I tried to choose phrasal verbs that are useful or interesting. Here they are! I hope you enjoy them! (You can find me on Instagram @learnenglishwithkatie.)
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