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Nations and Nationalities, subject pronouns, etc: a live worksheet

Posted by thecrazyteacher on gennaio 13, 2020
Quick test, an interactive worksheet by Claretta

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Mrs…Miss…Ms: when can we use them?

Posted by thecrazyteacher on dicembre 13, 2019

A Map about HAVE & HAVE GOT

Posted by thecrazyteacher on dicembre 10, 2019

Have VS Have Got

Posted by thecrazyteacher on dicembre 10, 2019

Countries & Nationalities

Posted by thecrazyteacher on novembre 11, 2019

Halloween 5

Posted by thecrazyteacher on ottobre 27, 2019

Halloween 1

Posted by thecrazyteacher on ottobre 27, 2019

About Question Words

Posted by thecrazyteacher on settembre 30, 2019

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 YES!

Posted by thecrazyteacher on settembre 30, 2019

How many other ways of saying ‘yes’ do you know?
If you want to say ‘yes’ but at the same time give a low commitment, you could say:

  • Sure, why not?
  • Sure, I don’t see why not?

If you want to do quite the opposite and say ‘yes’ in a strong way to show a strong commitment, you can use:

  • Absolutely
  • Definitely
  • Of course
  • Without a doubt

Informal ways of saying ‘yes’ in English:

  • Uh-huh
  • Okey-dokey
  • Yup
  • Yeah

And here are some formal ways of saying ‘yes’:

  • By all means
  • Very well
  • Indeed
  • Certainly

And if you want to sound really official and scientific, you can use:

  • Affirmative
  • Positive

Remember, varying your vocabulary is a way to appear more fluent!
(Thanks to https://www.englishlessonviaskype.com)