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Reported speech

Reported speech Last week you went to a party. A lot of your friends were there. Here are some things they said to you:Sara: I'm enjoying my new job. My father isn't well. Claire and Leo: We're going to buy a ...

Passive

Passive We often use the passive:when we prefer not to mention who or what does the action (for example, it's not known, it's obvious or we don't want to say)so that we can start a sentence with the most important ...

Modals

Should Should + infinitive (should watch, should go, should do, ...) You should do something = it is a good thing to do, it is the right thing to do: Tom doesn't study enough. He should study harder. It's a ...

Future

Future We use am/is/are + -ing for the future(tomorrow/next week/etc): Andrew is playing tennis tomorrow. I’m not working next week. I’m doing something tomorrow means I have arranged to do it or I have a plan to do it. For ...

Present progressive

Present progressive The present progressive expresses an action that is still in progress. (is occurring or happening right now)The event is in progress at the time the speaker is saying the sentence. The event began in the past, is in ...

Guidelines for article usage

Guidelines for article usage In English grammar, the articles are the words 'a,' 'an,' and 'the.' They are used to define whether something is specific or unspecific. To make a generalization Singular countable nouns: A/Ana. A dog is a great pet.b. An ...

Countable and uncountable nouns

Count and noncount nouns Count nounsA count noun can be counted with numbers: one chair, two chairs, or five chairs. A count noun can be preceded by a/an in the singular form: a bag, an apple. A count noun has ...

Conjunctions

Coordinate conjunctions What is a coordinate conjunction?Coordinating conjunctions connect grammatically equal elements. There are seven coordinating conjunctions: for, and, nor, but, or, so, and yet. Coordinate conjunctions connect two word, phrases, or sentences. If you want to connect two words ...

Structural elements of a sentence

The subject of a sentence is the person, thing, or that is performing the action of the sentence. The subject comes before the verb, and it represents what or who the sentence is about. A subject can be a noun, ...

Simple past

Simple past We use simple past to talk about the things that happened in the past and were finished. At the end of these sentences you can use words or phrases such as yesterday, last night, 2 weeks ago, last ...
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