The pronoun it can stand for several things in English. In other languages, that is not always the case, and therefore, "it" can be difficult to understand.
Introduction The Present Simple Tense and the verb to be are one of the first things beginner English learners come across as they start their journey, and as with anything new, there can be challenges. On this page, you will find explanations and examples…
For many learners, the apostrophe in English is difficult to understand. Even though it exists in other languages like French, Italian, and Portuguese, it is not as commonly used as in English, especially compared to Slavic languages. That is why…
Learning how to use action verbs appropriately is essential to mastering English grammar🤩 because action verbs are a fundamental part of the language.
In "What is the difference between -ed and -ing adjectives?" we start by talking about adjectives in general and then move on to the main topic.
Capital letters in English seem to be all of the place for no obvious reason especially compared to other languages. Let's have a look at some examples.
We concluded Part 1 of this series with the use of capital letters in English for geographical formations. In Part 2 we move on with countries and states.
In Part 3 of the Capital Letters in English series, the focus is on titles of books, people, official documents, nationality words, time periods and events.
Playing games is the way to go when looking to have some fun when teaching. And there is no age limit, anyone can use some fun while learnign a new language!
At a first glance, English verbs are not easy, especially for beginners. However, when compared with other languages, things start to look better. Let's talk about this.