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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: 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…

English for Beginners: Lesson 8 – Thank you! That is perfect!

  • October 19, 2021
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Finally, we have come to this question! Why do we need present perfect tense and where do folks use it? I will answer the second question: everywhere! So, the answer to the first question is: because it is used so often. To make a sentence in the present perfect tense, we take the verb “to…

English for Beginners: Lesson 6 – Once upon a time in London

  • August 24, 2021
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Sometimes we want to say something about yesterday or the past. To recollect what we did before, we are going to study the past tense. Think about when you need to use the past tense. You meet your best friend after a year, and he asks you how it happened that you haven’t spoken for…

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