April 8, 2019

THE USES of “still”, “already” and “yet”

A. STILL: 1) Use: ‘Still’ is used to talk about something, a situation or an ongoing action, that’s continuing, often for a longer time than expected. […]
April 8, 2019

STATIVE & DYNAMIC VERBS

A. STATIVE VERBS: EXAMPLES: Like, dislike, love,hate, want … FUNCTION: DESCRIBE STATES or CONDITIONS which continue over a period of time. Note: These verbs are not […]
September 30, 2018

SHOULD

Example: You seem to be sick because your face is pale and you cough a lot. You should see a doctor! Form:         […]
December 6, 2017

COMMON MISTAKES

EXAMPLE 1: How do you do? Meaning: used to greet a stranger for the first time. Example: Person A: How do you do? Person B: How do […]
October 18, 2017

BE USED TO / GET USED TO

A. BE USED TO: Example:  I am used to driving at night. Form: Be used to + verb + “ing” Meaning: Be accustomed to , be […]
August 17, 2017

HOW LONG – HOW FAR

1. HOW LONG: EXAMPLE: Question: How long does your physics class last? Answer: 90 minutes. USE: Duration / length of time. 2. HOW FAR: EXAMPLE: Question: […]
August 15, 2017

HOW OFTEN

PRONUNCIATION: /ˈɒf.ən/      /ˈɒf.tən/ EXAMPLE: Question: How often do you go jogging? Answer:    from time to time. MEANING: The word “often” is an adverb that […]
August 1, 2017

HOW MANY – HOW MUCH

Uses : Use 1:            To show the amount of something / quantity A. HOW MANY: Form:           […]