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The Simple Past Tense

By | February 1, 2015

The Simple Past Tense is used to talk about: 1. things that happened at a specified time in the past. If you include a time signal, e.g. yesterday, last night, last year, last month, in your sentence, you should use the simple past tense. You use the simple past tense to say that an action started and ended… Read More »

Question Words

By | January 29, 2015

Question words are used to ask certain types of questions. These question words are often referred to as WH question words because they have WH letters in them (WHAT, WHO, WHOM, WHERE, WHEN, etc.). WHAT: We use WHAT if we want to know specific information. We want to know the THING. Examples: 1. What is your English teacher’s… Read More »

Few & A few: Exercise 1

By | January 25, 2015

Instruction: Read these sentences carefully. Decide whether to use few or a few. 1. Maria feels lonely. She only has … friends. 2. Maria is a new comer to this school, but she already has … friends she could hang out with. 3. The concert was a failure. Only … people bought the tickets. 4. It is six… Read More »

Many/Much & A lot of: Exercise 1

By | January 22, 2015

Instruction: Decide whether to use many or much with these nouns. Remember that many is used with a plural noun, and much is used with an uncountable noun. 1. _____________ salt 2. _____________ soap 3. _____________ books 4. _____________ pencils 5. _____________ fruit 6. _____________ sand 7. _____________ grass 8. _____________ tables 9. _____________ paper 10. ____________ time… Read More »

Many/Much & A lot of

By | January 21, 2015

Many/Much & A lot of are used as determiners. These words mean numerous or a large number of people or things. Many Many is used with plural countable nouns, e.g. houses, shirts, people, children, etc.  In everyday English, generally speaking, many is used in negative and interrogative sentences. Examples: 1. I’ve just moved to this town. I don’t… Read More »

The Present Perfect Continuous Tense

By | January 12, 2015

The present perfect continuous tense is used to talk about things that started in the past and continue to happen up to the present at the moment of speaking. You will use this tense when your focus is on how long things happen from some point in the past to the present. When you say “I have been… Read More »