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Intenga presents an English lesson all about phrasal verbs with the verb turn.  Now you've turned up here, you don't want to turn down the opportunity to turn your English around with a great lesson all about the verb Everywhere, seldom, officially and really are all adverbs, but where do they go in a sentence? Find out Here!   Intenga presents an English lesson all about phrasal verbs with the verb turn. Phrasal verbs such as to turn up, to…
Sunday, 05 October 2014 02:00

English Grammar Lesson - Verb TO BE

Intenga presents an English lesson all about the verb TO BE. To be or not to be, that is the question. And the answer in this particular instance is... TO BE!  Everywhere, seldom, officially and really are all adverbs, but where do they go in a sentence? Find out Here!   Intenga presents an English lesson all about the verb TO BE including the conjugation of the verb in the affirmative, negative and interrogative forms.…
In this English lesson about the differences between British English and American English    In this English lesson about the differences between British English and American English you will learn how common expressions and words differ between the two languages.Everywhere, seldom, officially and really are all adverbs, but where do they go in a sentence? Find out Here!   How should I study the materials? Watch the video Read the…
In this English lesson about the past continuous tense What were you doing at 4 o'clock yesterday? Were you eating a snack? Were you leaving the office? I was enjoying the sunshine in the park.  past progressive tense, is normally used to express longer actions in the past that are interrupted by time references or shorter, past simple actions. Everywhere, seldom, officially and really are all adverbs, but where do they go in a sentence? Find…
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