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I remember the times in my teaching career when I dreaded teaching questions. I especially hated the questions in the past simple tense. After my explanation,...

The difference between the words BEEN and GONE is a nice example of how closely grammar and vocabulary are connected. Usually, when you use a grammar rule...

In this post, I would like to give away my book called GRAMMAR UP. This book uses a new, holistic approach to learning English grammar. In this book, you...

“He must be joking!” I thought. I was shocked but I kept quiet. My friend Jane didn´t. “Why the hell should I throw all my work away?”...

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,...

Recently one of my readers asked me to write a post on USED TO, GET USED TO and BE USED TO. He wanted a clear infographic and some exercises to practise...

Reported speech is often considered very difficult. Students fear the backshifting of the tenses, because they often do not know the tenses very well....

In his latest video Fluency MC teaches comparatives and superlatives. He uses about forty different adjectives and raps them in the comparative and superlative...

Forming questions is one of the most important things in English. Can you form questions? Try our quiz!!! There are ten questions to form. How good is...