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What is the zero conditional and when is it used? Read on to find out!
Have you heard people talk about the present participle and not been sure what they meant? Find out more here.
What are Quantifiers and how to apply them correctly? Find out more here.
The present perfect is a tense that links the past to the present and we never use a finished time with it. Read on to find out more.
The Past Perfect tense enables you to compare different times and actions in the past.
When you learn phrasal verbs, it’s very helpful to know if they are transitive or intransitive. What do these words mean? Read on to find out more.
If you’ve already studied the present perfect form, you’re probably wondering how there can be a future perfect tense. Well, read on to find out!
The third conditional is used to express the past consequence of an unrealistic action or situation in the past. When and how do we use it? Read on to find out.
The past continuous is one of main tenses used to describe situations in the past in English. What is the difference between Past Simple and Past Continuous? Read on to find out!
The first conditional is one of four types of hypothetical sentence in English. In which situations can we use it and why? Find out here.
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