42 Great YouTube Channels to improve your English

YouTube Animated English Learn Easy English EnglishClass101 Learn English with TV Series Rachel’s English English Conversation English Conversation 2 English Fluency Journey BBC learning English English wih Lucy mmmEnglish Learn English with Bob the Canadian Learn English with Jessica Learning English PRO ABC Learning English 7ESL Learning English Mark Kulek Crown Academy of English Vox… Continue reading 42 Great YouTube Channels to improve your English

Commonly Confused Words

affect vs. effect to vs. too lie vs. lay lose vs. loose desert vs. dessert their vs. there than vs. then your vs. you’re ensure vs. insure farther vs. further quite vs. quiet stay vs. stand its vs. it’s complement vs. compliment elicit vs. illicit appraise vs. apprise staff vs. stuff stationery vs. stationary overdo… Continue reading Commonly Confused Words

Demonstrative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns are words that point to specific things. If they point to a particular noun, we use this or that. If they point to nouns in plural, we use these or those. Look at the chart for a better clarification. The same words are used as demonstrative adjectives if they change nouns or pronouns.… Continue reading Demonstrative Pronouns

Verb to BE – questions

Questions Am I? Is he? she? it? Are we? you? they? verb to Be – questions Examples: Are you students? Is he an engineer? Are you ok? Is there a post office in the village? Are police officers at the scene? Why are you still here? Where is the nearest shop? How much is this… Continue reading Verb to BE – questions

Verb to BE – the present simple tense-negative form

Negative I am not (I’m not) He She It is not (He isn’t) We You They are not (We aren’t) (You aren’t) (They aren’t) verb to be – negative form Examples: I‘m not a student. He isn’t a policeman. Susan isn’t outside. They aren’t my parents. Pete isn’t interested in politics. It isn’t warm today.… Continue reading Verb to BE – the present simple tense-negative form

Verb to BE – the present simple tense- positive

The verb to BE has different forms in the present simple. Verb to BE – Affirmative Form (Positive) Positive I am (I’m) he she it is (He’s) we you they are (we’re) (you’re) (they’re) present simple of the verb to be- affirmative form Examples: I am a student. / I‘m a student. We are in… Continue reading Verb to BE – the present simple tense- positive

Zero Conditional

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Practice: Match the parts of the sentences from 1-10 to a to i: Ice melts when If it rains, I’m late for work if When you eat too many sweets, Tom does his homework when Lions work in teams if If you’re a male trying to attract a mate, When a person or an animal… Continue reading Zero Conditional

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