In describing people, there are two things that we often focus on , appearance (physical description) and personality (mental description)
Gerunds are defined as verbs that take “ing” at the end, while infinitives refer to verbs that have “to” at the beginning.
The word “alphabet” in English comes from the Greek words, alpha and beta. The letters in the alphabet are used to form words and words
Emotional adjectives (also called adjectives of feelings and emotions) are words or expressions that describe someone’s feelings and emotions.
To be is an important verb in English, regarding the numerous functions it has in the language, especially when it is in the present simple.
Quantifiers a few and a little specify numbers and quantities. A few indicates a small number, while a little indicates a small quantity.
We use too and enough to modify (give information about) nouns, adjectives, and adverbs. An equivalent of “enough” is sufficient.
Reported speech: statements, notes and transformation exercise from the direct form to the indirect/reported form.
Reported speech: exercises for practicing changing statements, questions, and requests/commands from the direct to the indirect form.
“Tenses: tips and practice” provides you with tips to follow so as to know how to use tenses correctly in addition to exercises for practice.
In the following exercise, you will practice the use of conjunctions and know how they differ from one another.
Prepositions of time are parts of speech that identify time relationships between the doer and the action or the time when something happens.