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Sunday, 05 October 2014 02:00

Lesson - Used to - be used to - get used to

In this English lesson about the word USE and its function within the collocations USED TO, TO BE USED TO and TO GET USED TO   In this English lesson about the word USE and its function within the collocations USED TO, TO BE USED TO and TO GET USED TO, you will learn the different meanings and sentence structures…
In this English lesson about adverbs in the English language.  Everywhere, seldom, officially and really are all adverbs, but where do they go in a sentence? Find out Here!   In this English lesson about adverbs in the English language. You'll find out about different types of adverbs and where they should be placed in a sentence.   How should I study the materials? Watch the video Read the Outside the Box…
This English lesson is about adjectives, comparatives and superlatives.   The hottest, the ugliest and the most beautiful. How do we form comparatives and superlatives from the basic adjective? Why do we say good, better, the best and far, further, the furthest?Everywhere, seldom, officially and really are all adverbs, but where do they go in a sentence? Find out Here!   In this English lesson about adjectives, comparatives and superlatives, you will learn about different types of adjective,…
Thursday, 02 October 2014 02:00

Phrasal Verbs with CATCH: English Vocabulary

In this English lesson about phrasal verbs with CATCH Do you have the feeling you need to catch up on some phrasal verbs? Do phrasal verbs often catch you out? If so, Everywhere, seldom, officially and really are all adverbs, but where do they go in a sentence? Find out Here!   In this English lesson about phrasal verbs with CATCH you'll find out all about the different verb-preposition combinations with the verb catch and their different meanings.…
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