Today, we’re going over how to form the past perfect tense and when to use it. For your reference, we’re including examples and several tables, so be sure to bookmark this page if you’re having trouble with this tense.
In this article, we will look at the present perfect tense. We’ve included examples in every form and several tables for your guidance on this useful tense.
In this article, we’ll break down the present simple tense, along with examples in every form. We’ve included several tables for you to see all the main rules at a glance.
Adult English students typically have very different needs, interests, and experiences compared to younger learners. As a result, adults usually want to talk about very different topics. Typically, conversation topics for adults learning English should be more complex, edifying, and relevant to adult life. In order to spice up your next English conversation, let’s look at 10 engaging conversation topics for adults learning English
By shortening a word or phrase into something known as a contraction, English speakers can say what they want in a faster, less formal way. However, non-native speakers might feel confused about if and when to use English contractions in both writing and more formal settings.
No matter how long you’ve been studying English, you’re probably curious to know how your English speaking abilities compare to a native speaker. Unfortunately, assessing your own English conversation skills is not so easy. This is where an English speaking test comes in handy!
Do you want to improve your English but dislike reading book after book? Are you an auditory learner in need of new English study tools? If so, we have the learning tool for you: ESL podcasts!
Comma usage is a hot-button issue among grammar enthusiasts. Commas are frequently misused, though some argue that the rules for how and when to use commas are somewhat lax. Either way, we will cover when to use a comma, when NOT to use a comma, and why there are some exceptions to the rules.