Expressions

Interjections in English

Interjections in English Interjection; Words aor phrases that show emotion. Exclamation, parts of speech, words added to to a sentences. Follow the detailed expressions;

Using PLAY, DO and GO

Using PLAY, DO and GO Play; is used with ball sports or competitive games we play against another person. Do; is used for a recreational activity… Go; is used with activities that end in “ing”… Follow the list for examples and expressions;

Great Activities For Teaching The Simple Future

Great Activities For Teaching The Simple Future Dreams of someday, situational struggles, homecoming, a fluent future and etc… Follow the list;

Modal Verbs – MAY

Modal Verbs – MAY Request, permission, prohibition, possibility, wish. Follow the list for other expressions;

Using Verb LOOK

Using Verb LOOK Look into, look for, look up, look after, look over, look up to, look out, look away, look forward to and etc… Follow the list for expressions;

Gerunds in English

Gerunds in English A gerund is a noun made from a verb by adding “-ing”. You can use a gerund as the subject, the complement, or the object of a sentence. Follow the list;

Frequently Used Phrasal Verbs and One Word Synonyms

Frequently Used Phrasal Verbs and One Word Synonyms Ask over – invite, be back – return, be over – end, carry on – continue, come in – enter 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;

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;

Modal Verbs – MIGHT

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