Today we’re going to look at the words “used to” and the different ways in which we use it.
There are three completely different ways to use this term and it can be the source of a lot of confusion.
Today we’ll be looking at some phrasal verbs that stem from the word “come”. Although this lesson doesn’t include all the meanings, I have focused on the more difficult ones used in daily conversation.
To get the best out of this lesson, follow the steps below.
This story is about a trip to Nepal and it looks at some common English words and expressions about geography suitable for pre-intermediate level. This is how you should study this story:
Question tags are essential for everyday speech and conversations. They're used in both formal and informal situations.
The purpose of a question tag is to invite someone else to agree with you.
In this post I'll briefly go over how to use the correct tag with examples. Master these and you'll be on your way to natural-sounding English!
Below is a story about two men working in an office job. You will get to see all kinds of different colloquial expressions they use related to work. These expressions are common, everyday ones that everyone will understand.
Read the story and listen to the audio if you want, then scroll to the bottom of the page for the definitions.