Easy Grammar! I’m writing this newsletter now. This is what I’m doing now. What are you doing? You’re reading this. You probably know the grammar of these sentences: I’m writing You’re writing She’s writing He’s writing It’s writing Etc. If this looks mysterious to you, have a look here. This is present progressive tense. Some… Continue reading Present Progressive (Continuous) for the Future
Reason and Result with So and Because Nicola By Jacqueline Schaalje Some learners of English think that so means the same as because. No, sorry, that doesn’t work. In fact, so and because are opposites. Consider the following sentences: I got the job, because I had the right experience. Or: Because I had the right… Continue reading So?