Monthly Archive:: September 2015

10 Things That Don’t Help You to Improve Your English

10 Things That Don’t Help You to Improve Your English English learn site – Follow the list;

English Speaking – How do we talk to the doctor?

English Speaking – How do we talk to the doctor? Doctor! I need your help!

Reporting verbs

Reporting verbs Reporting verb + ‘that’ + clause; admit, deny, insist, suggest, reporting verb + verb-ing; deny, suggest, reporting verb + preposition + verb-ing; apologise, insist, reporting verb + ‘to’ + infinitive; demand, offer, reporting verb + indirect object + infinitive; advise,

Uses of Much, Many, A lot of, Lots of

Uses of Much, Many, A lot of, Lots of We use much, many and a lot of to talk about a large amount; we don’t know the exact amount.

The use of certain tenses

The use of certain tenses The simple present tense in used for habitual actions, while the present continuous is used for actions taking place at the present moment….

Collocations – Do

Collocations – Do Do your best, do damege, do an experiment, do exercises, do someone a good turn, do someone a favour, do harm, do your hair, do your homework

Common verbs that don’t change in the past tense

Common verbs that don’t change in the past tense Verbs; Beat, bet, cost, cut, fit, hit, hurt, put, quit, shut Follow the list for using these words with sentences;

Prepositions After Certain Words

Prepositions After Certain Words Accuse of, careful of, different from, insist on, accustomed to, complain of and etc…

What’s the Time?

What’s the Time? It’s one o’clock, It’s quarter past five, It’s half past seven and etc…

Positive and Negative Connotation

Positive and Negative Connotation