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...
Verb to BE – questions

Verb to BE – questions

QuestionsAmI?Ishe? she? it?Arewe? 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...
Verb to BE – the present simple tense-negative form

Verb to BE – the present simple tense-negative form

NegativeIam not(I’m not)He She Itis not(He isn’t)We You Theyare 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...
Verb to BE – the present simple tense- positive

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) PositiveIam(I’m)he she itis(He’s)we you theyare(we’re) (you’re) (they’re)present simple of the verb to be- affirmative form Examples: I am a student. / I’m a...

The Present Simple Tense

The Present Simple Tense is used to talk about something in general. We usually use this tense to describe something and to say how often things happen. Examples: The Earth goes round the Sun.People like to relax on Sundays.This restaurant opens at 7am.We go on...

The vowel sounds /aʊ/ and /ɔɪ/

/aʊ/ found now cow boy ɔɪ/ annoy boycott joy oyster avoid recoil oil toil toilet enjoy choice coin alkaloid appoint asteroid disappoint disjoin exploit hoist humanoid invoice loiter...