dissabte, 22 de gener de 2022
dilluns, 17 de gener de 2022
""After" can be:
1. PREPOSITION: very common use. AFTER + NOUN (always!)
We will meet after lunch
I will go after you
2. CONJUNCTION: AFTER + sentence
We can go to the beach after we have finished our homework
It's an adverb. It connects one sentence with the previous one.
They spent two hours working and then they went to the restaurant
If you wish to use AFTER you have to write AFTER THAT
They spent two hours working and after that they went to the restaurant
dilluns, 10 de gener de 2022
MIXED MODAL VERBS
Exercise 2: Choose HAVE TO, DON'T HAVE TO, CAN, CAN'T, SHOULD, SHOULDN'T
Exercise 3: Choose HAVE TO, DON'T HAVE TO, CAN, CAN'T, SHOULD, SHOULDN'T
diumenge, 9 de gener de 2022
QUIZ: Choose the correct reflexive pronoun (10 questions)
EXPLANATION + QUIZ: each other, one another (British Council)
EXPLANATION each other / one another (Cambridge Dictionary)
dijous, 6 de gener de 2022
dilluns, 20 de desembre de 2021
ACTUALLY is not used to refer to time. It means IN FACT:‘Hi, Mary. What a pleasant surprise!’ ‘Actually my name is Alice.’
I hear that you're a doctor. ~ Well, actually, I'm a dentist.
You are a doctor, right?’ ‘Well, actually, I’m a teacher.’
‘I don’t think you have sent the money, have you?’ ‘I have, actually.’
I have got a promotion. Actually, they have made me the manager.
‘Did you enjoy the movie?’ ‘Very much, actually.’
NOWADAYS, THESE DAYS or TODAY refer to the PRESENT TIME.
I don’t watch TV very much nowadays. There’s so much rubbish on. It’s not like it used to be.
These days you never see a young person give up their seat for an older person on the bus.
Today’s family structures are quite different from those of 100 years ago.
People don't wear hats much nowadays.