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Superlative Adjectives

When you compare one thing to many others in order to express an extreme, we use superlatives. Do you want to learn more? Read on!

Speak Fluent English Thanks to Conversational Connectors: The Complete List

Connectors can enrich your conversational English. So what connectors are there and how do we use them?

The Difference Between Shall and Will in the Future Tense

‘Will’ and ‘shall’ can be easy to confuse. So what is the difference and when should you use them? Read on to find out.

Different meanings of Used to

Do you know that ‘used to’ can have two very different meanings? Read on to find out what these are and how to use them.

Simple Present Exercise: Sentences and Questions

The Simple Present is the most basic and fundamental verb tense you need to learn in English. It is the tense that enables us to give basic information about ourselves, express desires and share opinions. Here is a detailed look at how to form the Simple Present and when to use it, with lots of examples.

Question Words and Question Tags

Question words are words we put at the start of a question to ask for particular information. Want to know more? Read on here!

Punctuation – A Brief Guide

There are nine main forms of punctuation that we use frequently when we write. What are they, and how are they used in English? Let’s see!

Pronouns

A pronoun is a word that substitutes a noun. We use pronouns when the listener/reader knows who or what we’re referring to. Learn more here!

Simple Present and Present Progressive

The first verb tenses an English student learns are the present simple and the present continuous. Here is a guide on how to create and use both tenses.

The Present Perfect Continuous

You have already learnt how to use Present Perfect Simple form. So what is the present perfect continuous and how does it differ to the simple form? Read on to find out more.