Was and were are used for the past. (To be precise: in the past simple, and also in the past progressive tense.) Now we’ll talk about was and were only in the past simple, so that means was and were are the only verbs in your sentence. This is really easy. When to Use You… Continue reading Easy Grammar: Was and Were
Alex Gaylon A student of mine is going to teach American students this summer. She wanted to know some subjects that she can talk about with her students, or ways to start talking. Although her English is okay, she feels pretty unsure about it. Sounds familiar? I could give her a list of subjects, but… Continue reading Conversation Starters – Ask Questions to Easily Start Small Talk with People who are New to You.