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Reason Why, It Is Very Important for You, to Learn the English Grammar!



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It is very important for you, to learn the English grammar, because, that will help you to feel confident, that you are saying things in English, in the correct way, when you speak with others! When you do not make mistakes in English, you will not feel embarrassed to speak English with others!

When you learn well the English grammar, that will help you to be successful at your job, because you will be able to speak, and write in English, in the correct way, without mistakes! No boss would be happy to employ someone, who speaks or writes in English, in the wrong way! But, if you speak or write English without mistakes, many employers would like to employ you, and will value you more, because you will be useful and important for their business! Because you speak or write English well, you can be promoted from you boss, or you can get a better job! And if you get a better job, you will have more money, which will give you the ability to spend more of your money for more holidays, or buy more nice things for you or your family!

Once you are successful in your job, because you know how to speak and write English without mistakes, that will make you more successful in life!

When you speak or write English without making mistakes, others will think that you are intelligent, well educated, and they will have a good opinion about your education! That is important in your job or school!

Also, if you make mistakes when speaking English on Social Media, like Facebook for example, your friends can become confused by what you are saying, and your friendship and conversation with them, will not be very good!
But if you speak English without mistakes, then all the people with whom you talk with on the Social Media, will understand what you are saying, so you can have fun and good conversation with them!

The information on this blog, will help you to learn the English grammar faster and easier!


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Easy English Grammar Exercises-Sentence Building 2


Easy English Grammar Exercises-Sentence Building 2

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1. I need a stamp for my letter. 2. Can you tell me the time please? 3. I don’t like spaghetti but I like pizza. Or: I like spaghetti but I don’t like pizza. 4. My favourite book is Oliver Twist by Dickens. 5. On Sunday my sister came to see us. 6. I felt tired so I went to bed early. 7. Everybody else was at the party. 8. Would you like to go on holiday with them?


Easy English Grammar Exercises-Sentence Building 1

Easy English Grammar Exercises-Sentence Building 1

Try to answer without looking at the answers!


1. My dog needs to go on a diet. 2. I went to my friend’s house last night. 3. I would like to live near the seashore. 4. If I had some money I would buy a car. 5. It was my birthday last Saturday. 6. I live in a three-bedroomed house. 7. I need to buy some new curtains. 8. On Monday I am going on holiday to Spain.


Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative Degree

COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES Comparative adjectives are used to compare differences between the two objects they modify (larger, smaller, faster, higher). They are used in sentences where two nouns are compared, in this pattern: Noun (subject) + verb + comparative adjective + than + noun (object). The second item of comparison can be omitted if it is […]

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English Grammar – List of participial adjectives / Adjectives with –ED and –ING endings

A participial adjective is a type of adjective that is derived from a verb. On this page, we will be looking at two types of participial adjectives; those with –ED endings (from past participle verbs) and those with –ING endings (from present participle verbs). These types of adjectives are sometimes referred to as ‘psychological’ adjectives because […]

via List of participial adjectives / Adjectives with –ED and –ING endings — English Adviser

What Did You Just Say? Fifteen Words And Phrases You May Be Pronouncing Wrong

The English language can be tough sometimes. After all, this is the great melting pot! We have adopted many different words and phrases from our friends in other countries over the years, and we don’t always use them properly! Have you ever caught yourself saying “expresso,” or “excetera?” If so, this list is for you! […]

via What Did You Just Say? Fifteen Words And Phrases You May Be Pronouncing Wrong — Hannah Fearless

Prepositions of time – Basic rules

This is a compilation of rules and explanations, based on errors most commonly made by beginner, elementary and intermediate students. However, upper intermediate and advanced students could still benefit from revising these for clarity. Prepositions of time Specific time: We use the preposition “at” when speaking about specific / exact time. Example: At 12 o’clock. The […]

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This is a common problem in our English Skype classes. If you want to use a verb after ‘before’, ‘after’ or ‘without’ it must be in the gerund form (ing) and not in infinitive. Thus, to say ‘antes de ir al evento necesito comer’ would be ‘before going to the event, I need to eat’. […]


Conditionals 2 & 3 Explained

Conditional 2 / Second Conditional The second conditional is also known as the “unreal present and future conditional”. We use it to speak about situations in the present and future which have a low to zero possibility of happening. With the second conditional, you can talk about imaginary situations and share opinions by saying what you would do in a particular […]

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