Comparative Adjectives

Comparative Adjectives

Ed LarsenApril 11, 2022Grammar 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 to use…

 How to Use “So”

How to Use “So”

Mallory Wise Mallory Wise March 7, 2022 General How to Use “So” Using the word “so” can be tricky. Turks learning English often ask about this topic because we use the word “so” in SO many different ways! Watch this video and use…

 Modals Made Easy

Modals Made Easy

Amie ReynoldsJanuary 10, 2022Grammar 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, should, might,…

 Articles: A, An, The

Articles: A, An, The

Matt LarsenJuly 12, 2021Common 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 is that…

 Uncountable Nouns

Uncountable Nouns

Matt LarsenApril 12, 2021Common 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 have 10…

 How to Use Direct Objects

How to Use Direct Objects

Matt LarsenFebruary 15, 2021Common Mistakes, Grammar How to Use Direct Objects When talking with Turkish people, a very common mistake… “I will read” when someone asks them to read a document or message. Or maybe they say “yes we have”…

 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…