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English for Beginners: HOMEWORK – Lesson 10

  • December 28, 2021
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The grammar of word order is simple, but there are many small nuances. The homework will be easy: I want you to practice the simple and correct answers. Good luck! Go over the shortened rules below to reassure yourself that you’re doing it right: Subject then Verb then Object Place before time; Adverb before the…

English for Beginners: Lesson 10 – World order vs Word order.

  • December 14, 2021
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One of my students often makes mistakes with word order, so here is a new lesson for you about how to observe these rules.   A The first and the primary rule is: subject, then the verb, followed by the object: Subject Verb Object They Speak English. Who has read this book? Your sister is…

English for Beginners: HOMEWORK – Lesson 9

  • November 30, 2021
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I wouldn’t like to disappoint your expectations, so I’m giving you more homework; but as always, take it easy. As the future tense that we have learned is simple, I would like you to make a big revision of the grammar that you’ve studied. Let me help you to revise what we have learned: 1…

English for Beginners: Lesson 9 – Think about your future.

  • November 16, 2021
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Once again, if the tense is called simple, it is extremely easy; so do not worry. To make a phrase in the future simple tense, we take two simple steps: We add “will” I/You/We/They/She/He will. This can be shortened to I’ll/You’ll/We’ll/She’ll/He’ll. (The old-fashioned form “shall” may linger on in the speech of older folks.) We…

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