There are 2 reasons why the third conditional is useful in English conversation. Find out exactly what those are and how to use this form accurately.
The key to engaging, fun conversations in English is effective conversation starters. Use these 10 conversation questions to have conversations with anyone in English.
Better ways to ask “How are you”, must-have telephone phrases, power words for job interviews, phrasal verbs for work and strategies for effective vocabulary learning — these are the top 5 Confident English lessons from 2020!
Boost your vocabulary and express yourself precisely with BETTER ways to say “I’m busy” in English. Learn 14 powerful adjectives, collocations, idioms, and phrasal verbs to use instead.
Learn to use the second conditional in English to offer advice, consider alternative outcomes, negotiate, and more. Get clear, practice examples so you know exactly how and when to use the second conditional in your English conversations.
Less and fewer have similar meanings and uses in English; as a result, they are easily confused and mistakes are likely. Learn to avoid mistakes and use them right every time.
The word ‘run’ has over 90 possible meanings and uses in English, plus we use it in multiple phrasal verbs. Learn to use ‘run’ with precision in your English conversations.
Have you memorized the formulas for English conditional sentences but still feel confused about how to use them? Learning the formulas is a good start but to use them easily (and correctly) it’s important to understand exactly how we use conditionals in English conversation. In this lesson, get practice examples for how and why to use the Zero and First Conditional in English.
Learn to effectively discuss self-care in English with common phrasal verbs, idioms, and collocations on developing a self-care practice and its benefits.
Learn to effectively discuss the pros and cons in English, whether you need to make an important decision or you want to share you thoughts on a political issue.