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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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English Grammar-Using Verb ‘to do’ as an Auxiliary Verb (Present Simple Tense) 1

Easy English Grammar-Using Verb ‘to do’ as an Auxiliary Verb (Present Simple Tense)

 

Try to answer without looking to the answers!

Answers;

1. What do you do in your free time? 2. Where do you live? 3. How do you do? 4. How do you get there? 5. What do you do for a living? 6. What do you think? 7. What do you want? 8. Who do you want to speak to? 9. Where do you want to go? 10. Do you know him?

 

 

 

GRAMEXERCISE 9

Easy English Grammar-Punctuation, Full Stop, Capital Letters

 

Try to answer, without looking to the answers!

Answers;

 

1. My sister’s name is Jackie. 2. Friday is my favourite day of the week. 3. I like
watching Eastenders on BBC 1. 4. Charles Dickens was a famous writer. He was born in Portsmouth. 5. Lisa and Chantal are going on holiday to Portugal in May.
6. Did you go to school today? 7. My new address is 248 Normanton Road in
Nottingham. 8. When are you going to the hospital? 9. My doctor is getting a new receptionist. She’s called Louise Robson. 10. Ben and I are going to look around Leicester Grammar School on Wednesday.

 

 

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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 Learning Common Nouns And Proper Nouns

Easy English Learning – Common Nouns And Proper Nouns

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

Common Nouns and Proper Nouns

A noun is the name of a person, place, or thing.
Nouns are divided into two classes—proper nouns and common nouns.
A proper noun is the name of a particular person, place, or thing.
Examples: Lincoln, Napoleon, Ruth, Gladstone, America, Denver, Jove, Ohio, Monday, December, Yale, Christmas, Britannia, Niagara, Merrimac, Elmwood, Louvre, Richardson, Huron, Falstaff.

A common noun is a name which may be applied to any one of a class of persons, places, or things.
Examples: general, emperor, president, clerk, street, town, desk, tree, cloud, chimney, childhood, idea, thought, letter, dynamo, cruiser, dictionary, railroad.

Proper nouns begin with a capital letter; common nouns usually begin with a small letter.
Note. Although a proper noun is the name of a particular person, place, or thing, that name may be given to more than one individual. More than one man is named James; but when we…

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Idioms in the English language

English Grammar – Idioms in the English language

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

IDIOMS

GET…..is combined with;

Example; ‘Get about’.

about (travel frequently)
across (communicate)
your act together (improve your behaviour)
ahead (do better in life than other people)
at (suggest)
at sby (annoy sby, criticise)
away! (I don’t believe you!)
away from (avoid)
away from it all (go on holiday)
sth back (have sth returned)
back to normal (return to a normal state)
sby’s back up (annoy sby)
behind (support)
better (recover)
busy (become)
by (manage, esp. with little money)
cold feet (become unsure about doing sth)
down (become depressed)
down (dance)
down to sth (begin)
far (achieve a lot)
the hang of sth (learn how to do sth)
a head start (start sth before other people)
into sth (begin liking sth)
it (understand sth)
it in the neck (be told off)
a kick out of sth (enjoy, esp. sth negative)
a life (improve your life)
a load of sth (look at…

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Easy English grammar learning! Future Perfect Continuous Tense.

Easy English grammar learning! Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

Quick English learning! Easy English grammar learning!

The Future Perfect Continuous Tense!

Two future actions – one is continuous. To speculate. To predict.

The future perfect continuous tense indicates an action, which will happen some time in the future, but which will start, at a particular time in the future and will continue, until some time in the future.

The important point about the future perfect continuous is that is has a time reference, which is the time when the action will start in the future, or the time when the action will stop in the future. If there is no starting or stopping time in the future, then it will be only a future continuous tense, to show an ongoing action in the future.

The future perfect continuous is about a longer action in the future, which is interrupted, by another action in the future.

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Easy English learning! Future Continuous Tense.

Easy English learning! Future Continuous Tense.

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

Easy English grammar lesson!

Future continuous tense;

The future continuous tense, has two parts; one is to use ‘will be doing’, and the other is to use ‘be going to be doing’.

For example;

‘You will be eating’, or ‘you are going to be eating’.

If you want to sound natural in English, you have to use this tense, when speaking.

You can use this tense in a positive or a negative way.

For example, in a positive way is; ‘You will be eating’. In a negative way is; ‘You will not be eating’.

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Instant English Grammar Learning! What is a Verb?

Instant English Grammar Learning! What is a Verb?

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

English grammar lesson about verbs;

What is a verb?

A verb expresses action. It means action from a subject, or to a subject.

There are two types of verbs, active and passive.

Active means that we do the action to somebody else. For example; ‘I gave him a book’. Or we are doing the action ourselves. For example; ‘I am holding a book’

Passive means somebody else is doing the action to us. For example; ‘He gave me a book’.

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Easy English Grammar Learning! The Use of ‘Let’.

Easy English Grammar Learning! The Use of “Let”.

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

Easy English grammar learning!
The use of ‘Let’.
Let can be used as a noun. For example, a ‘holiday let’.
Let as a verb, refers to something, that an individual would be willing to do.
It is used for permission to do something, or allowing something.
It is also used to make a suggestion like ‘let us make this or that’.
It is also used to make something possible. For example, ‘If you use your money right, it will let you buy something nice.’
Let indicates, something to happen.
Let is a verb, which causes results.

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Easy English Grammar Learning! Common Grammar Mistakes!

Easy English Grammar Learning! Common Grammar Mistakes!

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

Easy English grammar learning!

Common grammar mistakes!

1. The verb doesn’t agree with the subject:

a) There are many person in this class.
b) The film finish at four o’clock.

Advice: The verb should agree with the subject:

a) There are many people in this class.
b) The film finishes at four o’clock.

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Easy English Grammar Learning -Conditionals

Easy English Grammar Learning – Conditionals

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

Easy English grammar learning;

CONDITIONALS;

If…… = Then…..

Real…… Unreal…..

Imagined situations
Results depend on condition

First conditional

It is about real and possible things happening.
About the future.

Second Conditional

It is about impossible things happening or unreal things.
About the present.

Third Conditional

About the past.

Zero conditional

It is about real and true things happening, like facts for example.

First cond = ‘if+present’ – ‘will’.

Example; ‘If it rains, I will get wet.’

Second cond= ‘if+past’ – ‘would’.

Example; ‘If he came, I would explain to him.’

Third cond = if+past perfect’ – ‘would have’.

Example; ‘If you had taken your medicine, you would have a healthy body.’

The ‘if’ clause is the conditional clause. The other is the main clause or the result, (will, would, would have).

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English Grammar Phrasal Verbs

English Grammar Phrasal Verbs.

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

What is a phrasal verb? Phrasal verbs are two-part or three-part or verbs with idiomatic meanings, often used in informal English. As the definition indicates, an entire phrasal verb carries the same weight as a single verb. You should not try to translate the words individually, but accept the group of words as having one united […]

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Learn English the EASY Way! Have got/Have

Learn English the EASY Way! Have got/Have

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

Have got : informal Have : formal HAVE GOT and HAVE are interchangeable when we talk about possession or relationship in present tens. HAVE : Actions : Have a shower ( take a shower- American English) , have breakfast etc. Past tense : I had a test ( wrong -> I have got ) Custom […]

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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 […]

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English Grammar. How To Teach Adverbs – Placement And Meaning

Easy English Grammar Explanations!

Adverbs can be tricky, where to put them, the different types there are, and even how to make them for your lower level students. Here is my comprehensive guide to adverbs, how to use them and when. Key knowledge for any English teacher starting out, or as an old hat in need of a refresher! […]

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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! […]

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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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COMMON ERROR FROM OUR SKYPE ENGLISH CLASSES: ‘BEFORE’, ‘AFTER’ AND ‘WITHOUT’ MUST BE FOLLOWED BY THE GERUND:

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’. […]

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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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