Having a list of prepositions handy is essential to effective English communications. There is no denying their importance to the English language. They bind sentences together and allow us to expand on ideas and information. Prepositions show relationships between words.
Do you have trouble correctly using ‘use to’ or ‘used to’ in speech or writing? That’s okay! I’m a native speaker and mess up on this grammar concept every now and then. So don’t feel bad if you mix this one up, it’s a common mistake.
If you’re an intermediate (B2) English learner, you’ve probably encountered conditionals (you just read an example of one!). However, conditionals are an aspect of English grammar that can feel a little complicated and tedious. There are different types of conditionals, all of which serve an important purpose, so learning how and when to use conditionals takes time.
The difference between further vs. farther is slight (small), but using each of them correctly will help you in your journey to speak English fluently. That said, even native English speakers mix these two words up all the time! Let’s take a look at the difference between further and farther to better understand how to use both.
The list of rules attached to prepositions with relation to time, place, phrases, etc… is quite lengthy. There are even different types of prepositions that add another layer to all of the rules. In this article, we’re going to focus on the one preposition type that will help you truly sound like a native: dependent prepositions.
As intermediate and advanced level speakers, deeper expression is one of the key elements that ranks you in that level of comprehension. To create sentences with more depth, sometimes your verbs require a little help. That’s where modal verbs fit into English grammar. You may have a basic understanding of these verbs, so in this article, we’ll review and go deeper into their function and usage.
What is the passive voice? What are the differences between passive and active voices? And why is the passive voice discouraged in English? We will answer all of these questions and more.
In this article, we’re looking at how to use the future perfect continuous tense. Visit our main page on the 12 English Verb Tenses for breakdowns and resources on every verb tense.
In this article, we’ll dissect the future simple tense in every form and provide some common applications. We’ve included several tables for your reference. And, for a breakdown of verb tenses in every form, visit our Verb Tenses article.
In this article we’ll break down the forms and application of the future continuous tense. Visit our main verb tenses page for resources on all verb tenses.