May the odds be ever in your favor - Meaning explained

May the odds be ever in your favor

You may have heard the following expression: May the odds be ever in your favor. This is a catchphrase that comes from a series of books (and movies) called The Hunger Games. (catchphrase = a well-known sentence or phrase, typically one that is associated with a particular famous person.) To understand the meaning of this phrase, […]

The difference between Do, Does, Did and Done in English - Grammar Chart

Do, Does, Did, Done – The difference

A teacher on our Facebook page asked if we had any charts about the difference between Do, Does, Did and Done. Well, we didn’t so I decided to make a couple and then got carried away and created some grammar pages and games to accompany them too. Here they are: Making questions with DO and DOES […]

TSU Social Network - Woodward English

TSU – Social Network that shares revenue

TSU – The New Social Network that shares their revenue This is to let you know that Woodward English will be spending a more time sharing our English learning resources at TSU (pronounced “Sue”), a new social network. Yes, this is yet another social network that has popped up, at a time when you […]

This, That, These, Those - Demonstratives in English

This That These Those

We have a NEW English Grammar chart for you. This time we show you the difference between This, That, These, Those (These words are called Demonstratives in English) You can find more information about these words here: This, That, These, Those – English Grammar Notes And here are a couple of games to practice the […]