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English Possessive's: When to Use The Saxon Genitive

The Saxon Genitive is one of the main forms we use to express possession in English. Read more to find out how to use it.

The Present Perfect Tense and the Passive Voice

The present perfect is a tense that usually describes something about the past that has a connection with the present. Read on to find out more.

The Present Perfect Tense + ever, never, already, yet

What do the words ‘ever, never, already, and yet’ mean and how can you use them with the present perfect? Read on to find out.

The Passive Form

The passive form is a very useful structure in English. Read more to find out what it means and how to use it in your everyday English.

The different uses of ‘get’

‘Get’ is an extremely versatile verb. Where and how to use it correctly as a native speaker? Read on to find out.

The Difference between Since and For - English grammar with exercises

When we give a time reference there are various words we use such as at, on, in, and also for and since. Read on to find out when to use each one of them.

The difference between English past tenses

Do you know the difference between Past Simple and the Past Continuous or Past Simple and the Past Perfect? Read on to find out when to use each of them.

The Complete Guide to Definite and Indefinite Articles

Articles are small but important words that precede nouns, and by using them correctly you will distinguish yourself as a good English speaker. Read more about definite and indefinite articles including when to use them or not.

The Comparative and the Superlative

One of the most common things we do in our everyday language is to compare things. How do we make comparatives and superlatives in English? Learn more here.

Tenses and Time Adverbs used with the Present and Past Simple

A guide about all of time adverbs so you can start to use them more easily when you speak and write.