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.
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.
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.
Did you know ‘should’ can be used to offer advice & recommendations, express regret, share expectations, and more? In this Confident English lesson, you’ll learn advanced English grammar structures to use ‘should’ for a variety of purposes and do it correctly every time.
Learn to talk about future hopes in English without using the word ‘hope.’ Instead, use advanced level English grammar to express nuance in your meaning. Nuance creates more variety and personality when you speak so you can say precisely what you want.
Excited or exciting? Bored or boring? If you feel frustrated with these confusing adjectives in English, you’re not alone. But I’ve got an easy fix so you always use the right word.
When you are speaking English do you get stuck because you’re worried about making English grammar mistakes? Do you have that distracting voice in your head that makes you nervous and asks ‘was that right?‘
You’re having a conversation in English & suddenly you freeze. You can’t remember, should you use to or for in English? Learn how to make the right choice in Part 2 on this topic.
Not sure if have to, need to, and must are the same in English? Find out exactly how they are similar and different in everyday English conversation with today’s Confident English lesson.