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Articles Exercise

Articles Exercise

Have you watched part 1 – 3 of the articles series on indefinite articles, definite articles and zero articles? Are you ready to practise? Test your knowledge with this exercise. Read the sentence, fill the gap and check. There are thirteen sentences. How many can you get right?

Zero Article – Part 3

Zero Article – Part 3

Can I say, ‘After class I go to the home’ or is it ‘After class I go home’? Have you ever wondered when to use ‘the’, ‘a’, ‘an’ and when to leave the article out altogether? Enjoy part 3 of the new teaching series on indefinite articles (a/an), the definite article (the) and the zero … Continue reading

Indefinite Article – Part 1

Indefinite Article – Part 1

Can I say, ‘The people like the music’ or is it ‘People like the music’ or even ‘People like music’? Have you ever wondered when to use ‘the’, ‘a’, ‘an’ and when to leave the article out altogether? Hopefully, this new teaching series on indefinite articles (a/an), the definite article (the) and the zero article … Continue reading

Superlative adjectives

Superlative adjectives

I hope you’ve enjoyed learning about comparative adjectives in the last grammar video. Now it’s time to get your head round the rules for superlative adjectives!

Sweeter than chocolate

Sweeter than chocolate

Valentines Day is drawing near and some of you might be thinking of writing a poem to a secret love. Lines like, “You are sweeter than chocolate and beautifuller than a rose ….” come to mind. But hold on! …. ‘beautifuller’??? Now, that doesn’t sound quite right! In order to win the love of your … Continue reading

Question Tags Exercise 2

Question Tags Exercise 2

Have you watched the video introduction on question tags? If you know how to form question tags it is now time to practise your pronunciation with this short exercise. Listen carefully. Can you hear the difference between rising and falling intonation? Check and repeat each sentence.  

Question Tags Exercise 1

Question Tags Exercise 1

Did you watch the video on question tags? Now try this exercise and see if you can find the correct tag for each sentence. If you live in Germany, please use the link below to access the video: Link to Question Tag Exercise 1 (songfree version)

Question Tags Introduction

Question Tags Introduction

Please click on the link below to watch the video on tag questions. This video will explain how to form and use question tags.   Why not check out the two exercises on question tags? Have a look at the other posts!

The Second Conditional

The Second Conditional

Hi. Here’s the promised video about the second conditional! I hope this video will help you to understand how to form the second conditional, when to use it and what the difference between the first and the second conditionals are. If you’ve enjoyed the video why not leave me a post on this blog? I … Continue reading