Can you find and correct the grammar and vocabulary errors?
1 I’m maths teacher.
2 I saw my friend yesterday. We hadn’t seen for a long time.
3 I was loving all subjects at school.
4 I listen to music to be relaxed.
5 The problem is that not always I have time.
6 Look new words in the dictionary to find out what they mean.
7 I want to know new people.
8 I can’t go the party because I’ve to work.
Some time ago, I did a series of posts about the different verb tenses in English and I thought it was now time to finish it off. You can click here to see the rest of the series so far. To learn more about simple future tenses, click here. And now, let's look at the future continuous!
This is the last in my series on modal verbs for now. There are nine modals in the series and you can find the rest here.
We are almost at the end of the series on modal verbs. This is the eight post and today we're going to look at how to use "might" in English.
This is part 7 in my modal verb series. You can find all the posts so far by clicking here. Today is all about "may". Note that "may" can often be replaced with another modal verb. Read on to learn more.
Everybody probably knows that we use "should" and "shouldn't" for giving advice but there are some other uses which you may not be aware of. Keep reading to find out.
Welcome to part 5 in my modal verb series. Today I'm going to tell you how to use "shall". Click here to see the other posts in the series so far. "Shall" isn't used quite as often as the other modal verbs but there are a couple of situations where it is common: offers and suggestions. Keep reading to learn more.
My first post on tips for improving speaking skills in English is my most visited post so I thought I would do another one with some extra ideas for you! Click here to see the first post.
Do you want to improve your pronunciation? In this post, I'll give you some tips and suggestions. You can also find advice about some useful apps and websites.
August is named after Emperor Augustus, the first Roman emperor, as this is the month when he had some of his greatest triumphs. It’s the last month of summer in England and it can be as hot as July or sometimes even hotter, although it varies from year to year.
August is named after Emperor Augustus, the first Roman emperor. It’s the last month of summer in England and it is usually hot.
This is the fourth post in my series on modal verbs. Today I'm going to look at the different uses of "would". Make sure you look at this post about will too so you can compare will and would.
This is post number three in my series on modal verbs. Today I'm going to look at the different uses of "will". I was actually surprised at how many different meanings there are! It's not just for the future!
How do you feel about speaking English? Do you worry about making mistakes? Do you feel uncomfortable or worry that you will look stupid? I completely understand but I hope I can show you that it's not necessary to feel like this.
How do you like to watch TV? Do you stream? Does anyone still buy DVD box sets?! Do you binge-watch your favourite show? Do you prefer subtitles or dubbing? Are you a couch potato? Keep reading to learn what these words mean and more.
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