Comparative Adjectives

Comparative Adjectives

Ed Larsen May 09, 2022 Grammar Comparative Adjectives Do you get confused when comparing things in English? You’re in the right place. We will break down the different ways to compare things in English so you feel confident about when…

 Modals Made Easy

Modals Made Easy

Amie Reynolds May 09, 2022 Grammar Modals Made Easy Modals can be one of the most scary things about learning English for non-native speakers. But don’t let them scare you! Watch this video to feel confident using can, could, would,…

 Articles: A, An, The

Articles: A, An, The

Matt Larsen Temmuz 12, 2021 Common Mistakes, Grammar Articles: A, An, The Articles are used with nouns. Generally we use articles before the subject or object of a sentence. We can’t just say: “Boy played in the park.” The problem…

 Relative Clauses in English

Relative Clauses in English

Matt Larsen Haziran 14, 2021 Common Mistakes, Grammar Relative Clauses in English Relative clauses are clauses that begin with one of these relative pronouns:  who/whom, that, which, whose, where, when  Relative Clauses have 2 main purposes: 1) Define or Identify…

 Uncountable Nouns

Uncountable Nouns

Matt Larsen Nisan 12, 2021 Common Mistakes, Grammar Uncountable Nouns You can add a number in front of countable nouns, but you can’t do that to uncountable nouns. While we can count the individual bills and coins, and say we…

 Phrasal Verbs – Back Up

Phrasal Verbs – Back Up

Peter Rask September 14, 2020 Grammar Phrasal Verbs – Back Up Phrasal Verbs can be one of the most difficult parts of learning English. Learn from native English speakers in this video lesson about using the phrasal verb “back up.”

 Phrasal Verbs – Turn In

Phrasal Verbs – Turn In

Matt Larsen Ağustos 10, 2020 Grammar Phrasal Verbs – Turn In Phrasal Verbs can be one the most difficult parts of learning English for Turks. Learn 3 ways native English speakers use the phrasal verb “turn in.” Then, send us…

 Conditionals: If/Then

Conditionals: If/Then

Conditionals: If / Then In our lives we daily find ourselves in situations where one action or circumstance depends on another. “If you finish your homework, you can go to the movies.” “If you become President someday, I’ll be your…