This is a helpful video. The difference between ‘hear’ and ‘listen’. She has more videos on YouTube at TeacherPrix. Hear or Listen? What’s the difference? Why do we get confused about them? When should we use listen or hear? Hey, friends!
Using much and many is very confusing. Many Americans are confused too! We will learn how and when to use each word correctly. Grammar Things can be counted. We call them Countable Nouns. Examples: students, books, pencils, dogs, flowers, kites,
Using some and any can be confusing! It is not difficult to learn how and when to use them. The rules are simple, see below. It just takes practice to use some and any correctly. Grammar Things can be counted. We
Create a page to share things and use English! Very easy English. It’s for students, friends, and teachers for fun and work. ESL Space Friends: a social network This is a place for you to use and learn English! You
Adverbs are words that modify (1) verbs, (2) adjectives, and (3) other adverbs. They tell how (manner), when (time), where(place), how much (degree), and why (cause). Why is a common one-word adverb that tells why. Adverbs that tell us how, when, where…
How to use words that help you put events, a story, in order like: first, next, then, and finally. Things that are in a specific order are in a “sequence”. Recipes and instructions are in a sequence. For example
Present day handprints Source image: Desktop and Mobile Backgrounds The word handprint is a compound noun. A compound noun is made up of two words put together to make one word. It is made from the words hand and print.
Just when you finally think you understand English grammar and all the different tenses, you discover irregular verbs.
Over 180 English verbs are called irregular verbs, and they break all the rules.
Most words in the English language …
The title of this photo is White Crane in Flight. The phrase “In flight” can mean – during the time that something, like a bird, is flying. The word “in-flight” refers to what occurs while you are flying in
Dali Atomicus, photo by Philippe Halsman (1948), shown before support wires were removed from the image Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marqués de Dalí de Pubol (11 May 1904 – 23 January 1989), known as Salvador Dalí (Catalan: [səɫβəˈðo ðəˈɫi];