The Unknown Noun

The Unknown Noun

The noun that we see We all know the important parts of speech (i.e. nouns, verbs, prepositions, adjectives, adverbs, etc.). Of all the categories mentioned, noun carries the most number of words in English and because of this, it comes with different faces in...
Passive Voice in English

Passive Voice in English

A lesson on using passive voice  The car looks absolutely spotless. Do you have any idea who washes it regularly? Since the result is at hand but the subject (or doer) is not present, it is the perfect chance to use the passive voice and bring variety to your...
Conditional sentences in a nutshell

Conditional sentences in a nutshell

Summary of conditional forms We have all learned about conditional sentence types during years of English learning, but have you ever had the chance to compare them all in one table? Do you have any questions about conditional sentences? Leave a comment below and ask....
How to use “how”

How to use “how”

Questions with “how” The question word “how” is really interesting because it can be joined with other words to form different questions. It is a powerful word, but the question is: How well can you use “how” in your speaking? Uses...
Avoid Using Double Negatives

Avoid Using Double Negatives

Using words which makes sentences negative In standard English, only one negative word is enough per sentence, so you must not use two negative words in the same sentence. Although it may be OK to use double negatives in the colloquial English (i.e. everyday or street...
Verb Tenses in English

Verb Tenses in English

How many tenses do we have in English? We start working with English tenses from the very beginning of our English learning process and it continues until very advanced levels. However, we have never found the chance to see them all in one table and compare their...