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13 Jun. 2015

Dynamic VS Static (Stative) Verbs

Dynamic verbs describe action and can be used with continuous tense while Static verbs refer to a state or condition (non-action) and will remain in the simple tense and cannot normally […]

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12 Jun. 2015

Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal  Verbs are verbs followed by a preposition or an adverb; the combination creates a meaning different from the original verb alone.

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12 Jun. 2015

To have

Verb TO HAVE is one of the most common verbs in the English language. It functions in various ways.

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Generations Apart

12 Jun. 2015

To be

The verb “to be” is the first verb students are taught in their English studies. It is used expansively in the English language studies and allow […]

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Future Progressive

05 Jun. 2015

Future Progressive Tense

  The future progressive tense talks about action at a particular moment in the future. The action will start before that moment but it will not have […]

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Past Progressive

05 Jun. 2015

Past Progressive Tense

  The past progressive tense or past continuous construction combines progressive aspect with past tense, and is formed using the past tense of be (was or […]

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Present Progressive

05 Jun. 2015

Present Progressive Tense

The present progressive or present continuous is a form which combines present tense with progressive aspect. It thus refers to an action or event conceived of as […]

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Future Simple

05 Jun. 2015

Future Simple Tense

Future simple tense, my students’ favourite tense, is a tricky and a funny tense at the same time. In grammar, the future simple tense is a […]

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Past Simple

05 Jun. 2015

Past Simple Tense

The Past Simple Tense is the basic form of the past tense in Modern English. It is used primarily to talk about events in the past, though […]

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Present Simple

05 Jun. 2015

Present Simple Tense

The Present Simple Tense is the basic form of the verb. It is used primarily to talk about habits, unchanging situations, general truths, and fixed arrangements.

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Tenses Functions: Forms, Signals and Functions of English Tenses

05 Jun. 2015

Tenses Function

Things can happen now (at the moment), in the future (near or far) or in the past (finished or unfinished). The tenses function is to show the time of […]

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A school subject is the pedagogical system that gives format and meaning to any syllabus, teaching, and learning activities. So, what subject do you prefer?

29 May. 2015

School Subjects

What is your favourite school subject? A school subject is the pedagogical system that gives format and meaning to any syllabus, teaching, and learning activities. […]

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