We do quizzes, word puzzles, flashcards, read and answer questions in our online lab. Our class Computer Practice Lab is open to everyone to use.
Practice writing short things in English. Go to Write In English to find topics and phoos to write about.
Complete the following sentences using for and since. 1. I have been waiting for the guests …………….. morning. a) since b) for 2. He has… Continue reading Source: Grammar Update
Complete the following sentences using an appropriate verb form. 1. By next Christmas we …………………… here for eight years. a) will be b) will have… Continue reading Source: Grammar Update
Lesson 4: What Is It? Let’s Learn English is a new course for English learners. Certified American English teachers designed the course for beginners. The course continues for 52 weeks. Each week, there will be a new lesson with video showing the lives of young Americans. The lesson includes instruction in speaking, vocabulary and writing. […]
Combine the following sentences using an infinitive. 1. Napoleon was one of the greatest generals who ever lived. He is universally acknowledged to be so.… Continue reading Source: Grammar Update
This is an excellent resource for vocabulary! There is a lot of information about how and when to use words and phrases depending on the conversation. http://www.english-at-home.com/vocabulary/
© 2016 english-at-home.com There are lots of words to describe types of stories in English. Here are some of the more common ones. Types of stories myth = something that isn’t true, but is believed by lots of people: “Don’t believe in that old myth.” legend = story often about historical figures: “We studied ancient […]
© 2016 english-at-home.com There are different types of infinitive in English. The most common is the “to do” form of the verb, as in “I want to study English”, which we use after many verbs. There’s also the “bare infinitive” (infinitive without “to”) which we use after modal verbs, other auxiliary verbs, or certain other […]
Sentences are given in direct speech. Change them into indirect speech. 1. The teacher said to the boys, ‘Have you done your homework?’ 2. The… Continue reading Source: Grammar Update