Conversation · English fluency · ESL grammar · expressions · Grammar · speaking

So Do I and Neither Do I – Agreeing with Someone in Conversation

Watch this video to learn how to agree when a friend or someone else tells you something. You’ll learn how to say: So do I. I do, too. Neither do I. I don’t, either. And of course, the most important thing, when to say each of them. Things to do after you’ve watched the video:… Continue reading So Do I and Neither Do I – Agreeing with Someone in Conversation

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English tenses · ESL grammar · Grammar · tenses · Verb

In Which Order Should You Learn the Tenses?

As I’ve told you in my last newsletter, English speakers find tenses very important. If you know you make lots of mistakes with tenses, or you don’t know when to use them at all, you definitely need to fix this. It would be one of the first things you’d need to fix about your English.… Continue reading In Which Order Should You Learn the Tenses?

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ESL grammar · Future tense · Grammar · Verb

Future Tense: Will for Predictions

In this article you’re going to learn some expressions to use with future tense and will (or won’t).  Will for Predictions You can use I will (or you will, he will, she will, etc.) for predictions. If you think you will stay home tonight, you can say: I will stay home tonight. Or: I think… Continue reading Future Tense: Will for Predictions

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easy grammar · ESL grammar · Grammar · singular and plural

Plurals with -ies (for words ending in Y)

Now that you’re still fresh into the new year, let’s practise your spelling with some irregular plurals. This lesson is about words that end in Y. These get -ies in the plural (for more than one). Exception to the Rule: There’s only one exception to the rule and that is that July in the plural… Continue reading Plurals with -ies (for words ending in Y)

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ESL grammar · Future tense · Grammar

Asking Questions with Will

Practice Your Grammar through Building Sentences You probably know how to make sentences with will when they’re not questions. Sharon will play hockey tomorrow morning. This is future simple. I’m only using the simple future in this article, so as not to complicate things. We’ll do other future tenses some other time. Now we want to… Continue reading Asking Questions with Will

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