This is a new grammar post. In this post, we are going to learn more about WH questions. In previous posts, I showed you some WH questions and how to use them. Today, we will focus on who and whose. After I explain whose, I will also show you how to use ‘s to indicate possession in English. Why? You usually need the ‘s when you are going to answer questions with “Whose”. There are different ways to answer this question, but I will show you how to indicate possession with ‘s.
In previous posts, we talked about WH questions. You learned WHAT, WHERE, WHEN and WHICH. There are more WH words.
Today, you will learn about the question word “why” and how to answer questions with it.
This is another grammar post. In this post, we are going to learn another important grammar point. Well, we will continue talking about WH questions. IN a previous post, we started learning about WH questions.
Today we will focus on daily routine. I will show you all the vocabulary you are going to need to talk about your daily routine.
What is a “daily routine” These are activities that you do every day, for example, you brush your teeth, have breakfast or take a shower. These are activities you do every day.
This is another grammar post! In this post, we are going to learn about plural nouns. I’m going to show you the most common rules of plural nouns as well as irregular cases of words in the plural form.
In this post, you are going to learn about WH questions. What’s this?
A WH question we refer to these questions as WH question because they usually start with a word that includes these letter W and H..The WH questions are what, when, where, who, whom, which, whose, why, and how. Today we will focus on What, where and when.
Welcome back for another grammar post! I hope you enjoy it. I hope you like this post. Let me know your opinion about it in the comments!
This post is intended for beginners, but it is always nice to review, so if you are a pre-intermediate student or even an advanced one, I am positive you can benefit from this lesson.
Hey friends, how are you doing on this lovely Friday? I have a new grammar post for you. In this post, we will learn more about articles in English. First we will talk about indefinite articles (A and An) and then about the definite article “the”. Remember, if you have questions you can always leave me a comment, alright?
Hey, friends! How are you today? In this post, I would like to talk about 3 important types of words in English: nouns, verbs, and adjectives! This is a very basic grammar point, but it is so important. I have seen many students get confused about nouns and verbs and even adjectives. So, I will teach you in the post the definition of each one and at the end of the post, I will give you some exercises, alright? I would love to see your answers in the comments. Let’s do this!
Hey guys, how are you today? Here is another grammar post. Let’s talk about present continuous, shall we? Before I start explaining I want you to look at the picture below and tell me what you see, ok?