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Do VS Make

Posted by thecrazyteacher on settembre 30, 2019

Let’s have a look at the difference between DO and MAKE!

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About the Future Tense…

Posted by thecrazyteacher on settembre 19, 2019

 

Past Simple: a map

Posted by thecrazyteacher on settembre 19, 2019

Parts of Speech

Posted by thecrazyteacher on settembre 14, 2019

Broken VS Broke

Posted by thecrazyteacher on settembre 1, 2019

Let’s talk about the difference between “broken” and “broke.”
Many people use these words incorrectly.
Let’s look at each word separately.

“Broken” is an adjective that means “shattered” or “damaged.” (An adjective describes a person, place, or thing.)
Examples:
The toy is broken.He has a broken toy.The bone is broken.I have a broken bone.

“Broke” can be used in two ways:
1. “Broke” can be an adjective that means “without money.”
Examples:
I lost my job. Now I am broke. (I do not have any money.)He cannot pay for dinner because he is broke. (He does not have any money.)The broke company lost their business. (The company does not have any money.)
2. “Broke” can be the past tense form of the verb “break.”
Examples:
The toy broke yesterday.He broke a bone when he fell out of the tree last week.The cat broke the vase last night.
(Thanks to “Really Learn English”)

Lose or Miss?

Posted by thecrazyteacher on maggio 3, 2019

List of Non Continuous Verbs

Posted by thecrazyteacher on marzo 12, 2019

Here is the list of the most “famous” verbs that can’t be used in the -ING form.

About Modal Verbs…

Posted by thecrazyteacher on marzo 11, 2019

English Moods

Posted by thecrazyteacher on gennaio 26, 2019

Do you know what moods are (in English grammar)?
To learn more about them, read this illustrated article: English Moods!

Let’s Play!

Posted by thecrazyteacher on gennaio 3, 2019

Improve your English playing KAHOOT about Past Simple!

Irregular Verbs

Regular Verbs

Pronunciation of the ED suffix