GRAMMATICAL ISSUES


COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES
  1. HOW TO USE "COMPARATIVE & SUPERLATIVE" IN A SENTENCE
  2. A LIST OF COMPARATIVE & SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  3. READING: COMPARATIVE & SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  4. READING COMPREHENSION: COMPARATIVE & SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
→Read the passage and answer the questions


If you want to give an advice or suggestion to a friend, you SHOULD USE THIS:
EXERCISE: SHOULD vs SHOULDN'T
EXERCISE 2: SHOULD vs SHOULDN'T
EXERCISE 3: SHOULD vs SHOULDN'T


GAME: SHOULD vs SHOULDN'T
WILL, MAY, MIGHT. SLIDES FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND
MAY vs MIGHT


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Do you know how singular and plural work in English?
Any idea?
Well, check the following link to learn about.
HOW DO I DO PLURAL? CHECK HERE
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PLURAL EXERCISES
MATCHING THE SINGULAR AND THE PLURAL
QUETIONS ABOUT SINGULAR AND PLURAR
REWRITING IN PLURAL

Look a the picture above, write a question for each image. Then ask your classmate. 
PAST TENSE

PAST     TENSE






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  1. WHs QUESTIONS
  2. WHs QUESTIONS: BUILDING-UP PRACTICE
INVENTIONS AND PAST TENSE
When we want to talk about inventions, it is necessary to use past tense since all the inventions have been created previously. Even if an invention has just created. So the connection with the past is strong and compulsory. 
An other element needed when talking about inventions is the linking words. But, what kind of linking word would we need? Well, It depends on the purpose of the talk or writing, that's why we will work on a particular one: cause and effect.
The two lists below show some words and some examples how to use them appropriately. Once you have checked them, ask to your tutor for extra explanation if needed.

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