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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 […]

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. It also includes a video showing the difference between these […]

Word order of Adjectives before a Noun in English

Word order of Adjectives before a Noun

We have created a new Grammar Page about the most common order of Adjectives before a noun. Why do I say the most common order? Because there seems to be no fixed, definitive order for adjectives when they appear before a noun. The information we have compiled on that page, which was then used for […]

Subject Pronouns in English

Subject Pronouns in English

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 […]

Difference between There, Their and They're

There vs Their vs They’re

Yes, 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 […]

A cartoon about Your vs You're

Your vs You’re Cartoon

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 not […]

A chart showing different examples of Prepositions of Place

Prepositions of Place Chart

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 it. đŸ™‚ For more information and many example sentences, check out our grammar page about Prepositions […]

Never give up tattoo

Sorry, we have removed the viral photo that was here that showed someone with a tattoo on their arm saying: – Never don’t give up –  (If you google it, you will be able to find it)   This is why learning grammar is important… What’s wrong with this tattoo? It’s says “Never don’t give […]