Grammar

Though – preposition. Have you ever driven through an amazing place but not had time to stop? Have you ever been through a terrible break up? Tough – adjective – difficult, hard, strong What’s the toughest exam you’ve ever done? Who’s the big Hollywood tough guy now?  And in the past?  Are you a fan? […]

Fast and quick – Grammar Fast is an adjective and sometimes adverb. Quick is adjective. Quickly is adverb. Fast is adjective: Have you ever been in a really fast car or on a really fast train? Quickly is adverb. But Fast can also be adverb. Tell me about a time when you travelled fast/quickly. Quick […]

Present Simple – Grammar This is the first episode of a special series of podcasts about grammar in context: today we’re talking about present simple. This might be very easy for you but it’s important to make sure you’re not making basic mistakes with the easier grammar before you try to use the more difficult […]

Present Continuous – Grammar This is the second episode of a special series of podcasts about grammar in context. In the last podcast we looked at the present simple and now it’s time for the present continuous.  This might be very easy for you but it’s important to make sure you’re not making basic mistakes […]

Past Simple and Continuous ─ Grammar This is the third episode of a special series of podcasts about grammar in context. In the last podcast we looked at the present continuous and now it’s time for the past simple and continuous.  If you have any doubt about the previous podcasts, you can check them again […]

Present Perfect ─ Grammar In our special series of podcasts about grammar in context, we have already talked about present simple and continuous and past simple and continuous. Today we’re talking about the present perfect. Listen to the previous episode for an explanation of the past simple.  Here we use it to contrast with the […]

Future tenses ─ Grammar In our special series of podcasts about grammar in context, we have already talked about present simple and continuous, past simple and continuous, and present perfect. Today we’re talking about futures. There are many options when we want to talk about the future, but most of the times, two of them […]

Passives Use: To not say who or what did an action.  You don’t say who did something. Form: The verb to be in the tense that you’re using and then with the past participle Examples: The house was broken into.

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