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Prepositional Verbs

A prepositional verb is a verb that is followed by a preposition. Do you want to know more? Read on to find out.

Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns

You can describe possession in English using adjectives & pronouns. Here are some details to help you understand how to use each and what the difference is.

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is a verb that has two or sometimes three words. What are they, and how can you learn them? Read on to find out more.

Past Simple Tense

The Past Simple tense is used to refer to actions that were completed in a time period before the present time. Find out more about how to use this tense.

The Difference Between ‘Must’, ‘Have to’, ‘Shall’, ‘Need’ and ‘May’

In English there are various ways to describe rules and obligations. Here is a description of how to express obligation and how and when to use modal verbs.

The Past Perfect Continuous

The past perfect simple is used to refer to something more in the past than another action or situation. Read on to find out more!

What is the Past Participle?

Do you know what the past participle is and what it is used for? Read on to find out more.

The Modal Verbs May and Might

A modal verb is a verb that is used in combination with a normal verb. In English they are useful when making predictions and asking permission. Read on to find out more!

Modal Verbs - The Online Guide

Modal verbs are a fundamental part of English because they express obligations, abilities, probabilities, suggestions. Read more how to use correctly each of modal verbs.

Irregular Plural Nouns

What are irregular plural nouns, and how can you remember them? Find out more here!