By Jacqueline Schaalje Conditionals are special sentences that describe situations where you ask: what if? What would happen if A happened? Or: If A happened, would B happen? Unreal conditionals are used to talk about situations that are not real. They are imaginary or may be possible in the future, but not now. Here are… Continue reading Unreal Conditionals – What If?
When do you use of and when do you use to? Here are some rules to keep in mind: “of” 1 belonging to someone or something: This is the house of William Shakespeare. I like the cover of this book. She lives in the north of London. It’s kind of you to help me.… Continue reading Of and To – A Few Quick Rules
Seth Mazow In many cases anyone and everyone means the same. It means everybody in a group. You can replace them by anybody and everybody. However, please note that there can be differences in some situations. First of all, let’s have a look at a couple of examples in which anyone and everyone mean the… Continue reading The Difference between Anyone and Every One