English uses a lot of different prepositions and they are often considered to be one of the hardest parts of grammar.
Today, I’m going to explain some of the common time prepositions we use that can be easily confused. Although the meanings seem similar, using the wrong one can sometimes change the whole meaning of your sentence!
If you’re reading this, then I’m sure you have set a goal for 2018 to improve your English.
Aiming to improve a language is a huge goal but very achievable over the course of a year. Today I’m going to be sharing my advice and tips to keep your goals going throughout the year to see the biggest improvement in your English no matter how busy you are.
Prepositions are the (usually) short words that show two different parts of a sentence are related. Words such as in, at, on, above. In this post I’ll cover some of the most common prepositions of place.
A compound adjective is when two words join together to form one adjective. For example:
We use compound adjectives to make sentences shorter and they often make the speaker sound more fluent and articulate too.
Today I'll be telling you a story about British Christmas traditions that includes some phrasal verbs. Watch the video for the audio and read the transcript below.