Monthly Archive:: February 2017

English Slang Idioms and Expressions

English Slang Idioms and Expressions If you are “fed up” you -> have had enough. “Just about” means -> nearly and etc… Follow the list;

Expressing Your Opinion

Expressing Your Opinion Giving opinions, giving the opposite opinion, clarifying your opinion, giving yourself time to think and etc… Follow the list;

Modal Verbs – Would

Modal Verbs – Would Conditional, request, offer, future in the past, habit in the past. Follow the list for expressions about modal verb would;

Perfect Activities for Teaching the Past Perfect

Perfect Activities for Teaching the Past Perfect Time flies, recent events, all in perspective, experiencing culture, just done and etc… Follow the list;

Types of Pronouns

Types of Pronouns Subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns, reflexive pronouns. Follow the list;

Gender of Animals – English Vocabulary

Gender of Animals – English Vocabulary Male – Female Animals; horse – mare, dog – bitch, tomcat – tabbycat, tiger – tigress, swine – sow and etc… Follow the list;

Extreme Adjectives

Extreme Adjectives Angry-furious, bad-awful, dirty-filthy, hot-boiling, hungry-starving,small-tiny and etc… Follow the list for other adjectives;

Modal Verbs – MIGHT

Modal Verbs – MIGHT Suggestion, conditional, possibility. Follow the list for expressions and examples about this modal verbs –>

Household Devices and Appliances

Household Devices and Appliances Air conditioner, crock pot, scale, clothes dryer, food processor, juicer and etc… Follow the list for other devices and appliances;

Do you Want to Speak Faster – Speaking

Do you Want to Speak Faster – Speaking I have got to go – I’ve gotta go. Do you want to dance? – Wanna dance? Did you do it? – Dija do it? and etc… Follow the list;