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These are the verbs that are used the most in English.  Each verb is a link to full conjugation and use. Most popular Verbs you should know go remember be eat have run see do can read play write think get say buy take speak come work know lie ride…

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BusyTeacher.org – Free Printable Worksheets > ESL Essentials > How to Teach Present Perfect: Activities and Examples How to #Teach #Present Perfect: Activities and #Examples But students don’t realize just how important it is that they master it. To ensure your students will not let the present perfect slip into…

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Count and Non-Count #Nouns This lesson and the exercise use food vocabulary. Learn food vocabulary in the Level 200 Vocabulary topics. #Countable Nouns Some words take an ‘s’ when you talk about more than one. These words are called count or countable nouns. Example 1 apple   2 apples  Uncountable Nouns…

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#Adjectives and #Adverbs Introduction Adjectives such as beautiful, nice, and red describe nouns. Adverbs such as quickly, badly, or warmly describe verbs. This page will explain the differences between them, and show you how to make adverbs from adjectives. 1. Using adjectives and adverbs Adjective Adverb Example beautiful Ann is…

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How do we make the Past Simple Tense? There are two basic structures for the Past Simple tense: 1. Positive sentences subject + main verb Past Simple 2. Negative and question sentences subject + auxiliary do + main verb conjugated in Past Simple did base Look at these examples with…

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To Have Simple past, present and future Uses of “have” Irregular Verbs: What are irregular verbs? Most verbs in the English language take -ed to form the past tense and the past participle forms.  For example: I worked in New York for many years. I have worked in New York…

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The eight parts of speech are verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections. From: http://dailygrammarlessons.blogspot.com/2015/01/lesson-88-parts-of-speech-review.html Verbs show action or state of being. Nouns are the names of persons, places or things. Pronouns take the place of nouns. Adjectives modify nouns or pronouns and tell which, whose, what kind,…

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