We have created a new chart using cartoons to show simple Subject Pronouns in English. As a teacher you can use the same image to talk about the different cartoons and what is happening or describing the people, especially using the verb To Be. E.g. She is old, He is a photographer, They are married [...]
We have just created another article for you. This time it’s about the difference between There, Their and They’re in English. Again, this is a common mistake for native speakers too because the three words are homophones (words that sound the same though are written differently) The chart below should help you though if you [...]
It seems that nowadays people spend more and more time in front of a TV instead of reading. Of course this usually results in people not visually seeing words and learning (or remembering/reinforcing) their correct spelling. It’s also means that their vocabulary is a lot lower than those who read frequently. And this is [...]
Have you ever wondered why they put a hyphen between different words in English? Well don’t worry, this is sometimes a problem for native speakers of English too. And, as you can see in the picture above, the use of a hyphen in English can make a difference in the meaning of what you are [...]
Someone on twitter asked us about Prepositions of Place so I decided to created this chart showing some of the different prepositions of place we have in English with examples of their use. Let us know if you like. Remember to follow us on Twitter, we read all of the comments you make.
This is why learning grammar is important… What’s wrong with this tattoo? It’s says “Never don’t give up”. It is grammatically incorrect! It should say either: Never give up … OR Don’t give up We almost never use two negative words together, in this case the Never with Don’t. Remember since it is in the [...]
One of the most commmon mistakes for students learning English is knowing about when to use YOUR and when to use YOU’RE. They look similar and sound the same, but don’t worry, even native English speakers sometimes write these incorrectly. We created this simple guide showing you the difference between YOUR and YOU’RE and tips [...]
When do you use maybe and when do you use may be? This is a common mistake for students learning English (and sometimes native speakers too!). The simplest explanation is: Maybe = perhaps May be = is possibly Our boss was sick yesterday so he may be absent from work today. Maybe our meeting will [...]