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In the previous two lessons, students learnt affirmative of the verb to be. They learnt the long and the short forms so now it is time to teach the negative...

In the previous lesson, I taught the affirmative of the verb TO BE and now it is time to revise the grammar and explain the short forms. First, we need...

In our previous post, we tried to explain how to form the past continuous tense in English. In this post, we will try to show you when you should use the...

The SVOMPT rule is the most important rule in English. As there are very few declinations in English, the word order rule is the one that keeps the sentences...

Reported speech is not easy but when it comes to reported questions students go mad. “There are so many rules to apply,” they whimper. “First,...

Try the following grammar quiz and see how good your grammar is. You can try a simpler quiz at Simple Grammar Quiz here. Grammar Quiz...

When you teach the concept of countability in English, students have to learn to use the words A, SOME, THE, ANY, AN in front of the nouns correctly. To...

After teaching present simple to my elementary students, we wrote a test and I collected the most common mistakes my students made. I analysed the mistakes...

The verb TO BE is the most important verb in English. Unfortunately, it is the most irregular verb in English, too. However, as all students of English...

This is the first post in a series on irregular verbs. It is called irregular verbs worksheets because in these posts I am going to publish worksheets...