Six common examples of how & when to use the past continuous tense. For example, giving context to a story or indicating a change of mind.
Learn the precise differences between used to + get/be used to so you get them right every time without worry or confusion.
Say, tell, speak, and talk — what is the difference between these verbs and how can you use them correctly every time? This lesson is everything you need to use these confusing English verb pairs with confident accuracy.
Here are 6 specific uses of the passive voice in English with clear structures and easy-to-follow examples so you can use the passive voice in your conversations.
Use 4 simple visual strategies to accurately use English prepositions of place — in, at, on — every time. No more stress or mistakes.
Learn when and why to use the future continuous and future perfect forms in English conversation, including the correct grammatical structures.
In this high-level grammar lesson, learn all the differences between the present perfect simple vs. continuous so you always make the right choice.
Question tags are regularly used by English speakers in conversations to check information, confirm assumptions, emphasize beliefs, and even insert humor.
Recommend vs. suggest are both used to give advice but using them correctly can be a challenge due to specific grammatical structures. Not anymore.
When ‘pretty’ is used as an adverb, the meaning changes. Not only that, but it can have opposite meanings. Sometimes ‘pretty’ can intensify; other times it weakens. Learn 4 ways to accurately use pretty as an adverb.