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Parts of Speech in English - Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Verbs, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Interjections.

Parts of Speech – Word Classes

What is an adverb? What is a preposition? What is a…? These are questions that students sometimes ask when a teacher is explaining a grammar point. The different parts of speech (or all of those “grammar words” as some students call them) are important to know when learning English, or any other language. In order […]

The difference between FOR and SINCE in English

For vs Since

I have just created a NEW CHART about the difference between FOR and SINCE in English: More details about this difference, see out grammar notes here: (On that grammar page we also have a PDF with exercises you can complete) Once you have read the notes, try our game: I hope you find this useful.

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Woodward English on Instagram

This is to let you know that you can now find us on Instagram. Yes, we will now add any new charts and images that we create onto Instagram for those that like spending time there. Eventually we will also add some of the charts we have already created too. So remember, follow us there: Woodward English on Instagram Have […]

An example of a bar graph from Task 1 of the Academic Version of the IELTS exam

IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Example

IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Example The following is an example of what to expect in Task 1 of the Academic version of the IELTS exam. In this sample you will see a bar graph. Woodward Chocolate Bars You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. The graph below shows the quarterly sales figures […]

The difference between MILLION and MILLIONS in English

Million vs Millions

The difference between Million and Millions Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? A: New Zealand has a population of over four million people B: New Zealand has a population of over four millions people The first sentence (A) is correct and the second sentence (B) is incorrect. Why?   English students often get […]