Grammar

Uses of prepositions

Prepositions show the relationship between nouns or pronouns. They are used in a variety of situations, here are five circumstances: Prepositions of place examples My text book is on the desk. Did you learn English in London? Prepositions of time examples We go camping in summer. I’ll call you on Friday. Prepositions of direction examples ...
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ADVERBS

‘Will be doing’ future continuous

Use ‘will be -ing’ to talk about something that will be happening at a particular time in the future. Will be + ‘ing’ is the future continuous tense. This time tomorrow, we’ll be flying to Australia. Don’t phone me after 11pm because I’ll be sleeping. We’ll be painting our new apartment all weekend. She’ll be leaving straight ...
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Grammar

English Idioms About Movement

English Idioms About Movement The idioms introduce here all deal with action . Some idioms related top negative actions. ♦ When people are axed,they‘re fired or lose their jobs . He is axed! ♦ If a worker does something wrong , her boss may call her on the carpet , scold her or bawl her out . ♦ If her boss makes her feel bad,or degrade ...
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Grammar

-ing action words in English Grammar

Examples “I like to eat sushi.” “I like to read books.” “I like to buy clothes”   Form Notice the structure of the answers:   subject (noun) + verb + infinitive (verb) + object (noun)   Now…. What if I asked you: What do you enjoy doing on the weekends? Would it be correct to give an answer like the ones given above, such as: “I enjoy to listen* to ...
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