Easy Reading Texts

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Here you have got simple texts. You can READ, LISTEN, FILL IN THE GAPS, CHECK OUT VOCABULARY AND PUT THE WORDS IN ORDER 1. Good Boy2....

Have to – Necessity or Obligation

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Sample sentences from the article: Each of us has to finish two thick books…. …he was expected to complete… Have to / Has to / Had to Be expected to These words express...

Regular Verbs

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(see Complete list of Irregular Verbs) base -s form past past participle -ing form notes call calls called called calling clean cleans cleaned cleaned cleaning look looks looked looked looking 1 talk talks talked talked talking 1 end ends ended ended ending 2 wait waits waited waited waiting 2 kiss kisses kissed kissed kissing 3 wash washes washed washed washing 3 live lives lived lived living 4 love loves loved loved loving 4 beg begs begged begged begging 5 sin sins sinned sinned sinning 5 play plays played played playing stay stays stayed stayed staying cry cries cried cried crying 6 study studies studied studied studying 6 die dies died died dying tie ties tied tied tying Notes: 1. Pronunciation differences in past/past participle after /p, s, k, f/ sounds 2. Pronunciation differences in past/past participle...

Structure Words

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Structure Time (When?) Place (Where?) Prepositions Prep + Noun In 1959 On Thursday At 7:00 Before noon After hours During lunch By 5:00In the house On the table At the store Subordinators Although S V, S V S V although S V When I was young While you were here Once he arrived Before you went home After I finish my work As...

Relative Clauses

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Relative clauses give more information about a subject or object. They usually follow and "agree" with the noun they modify and often occur between a Subject and...

Stative passives

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Stative passives are verb-like words that follow “be” in sentences and function as adjectives. See the examples below: He is hungry. (Adjective) He is interested (Stative passive) His leg is broken (Stative passive) Stative passives indicate...

Verb and Preposition Collocations

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The following is a list of verbs and prepositions which commonly appear together. accuse (someone) of ( something) add (something) to (something else) admire (someone) for (...

Past Perfect

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Past perfect tense is used to indicate that one action occurred before another action in the past. In other words, past perfect tense indicates the first of the two actions.* For example, When I...

Noun Clauses In IELTS

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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); A Noun clause is another type of complex sentence that you are likely...

Frequency Adverbs

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The most common frequency adverbs in English are: AlwaysFrequently Usually Often Sometimes Occasionally Seldom Rarely Never 100% of the timeabout 90% of the time about 80% of the time about 70% of the time about 50%...