Phrases and Clauses – Detailed Expression A phrases is a group of words, without a subject and verb, that functions in a sentence as one partof speech. A clause is a group of words with its own subject and verb. Please follow the list(galleries) for detailed expressions;
Passive and Active Voice in English – Detailed Expression Active Voice; I make a cake. Passiv Voice; A cake is made. Follow the list for detailed expressions;
Using If, When and As soon as in English This post include using if, when and as soon as, examples and detailed expression with visual method. Please follow the image;
The Present Perfect Tense – Detailed Expression How and when to use the present perfect tense; Positive, negative and question structures;
Will or Going To? There are two additional ways to talk about the future in English: will/won’t and going to.
Future with Going To – Detailed Expression Use “going to” to talk about future plans and predictions. She’s going to have a baby.
Present Perfect or Past Simple Tense Use the present perfect to talk about a general experience in the past. Use the past simple to talk about a specific moment in the past.
Adjective Clauses – Detailed Expression 1. An adjective clause is a dependent clause which takes the place of an adjective in another clause or phrase.
The Present Simple Tense – Detailed Expression Use; to describe FACTS to describe HABITS to describe ROUTINES to describe SCHEDULES Positive, negative and interrogative examples, Question forms
Future Tense – Detailed Expressing will + infinitive, going to + inf, present cont, present simple and etc…