to v too v two English grammar. Full and clear explanations, example sentences and a grammar quiz to test your understanding of this common English grammar mistake.
English writing exercise for students: watch the cool video, use the adjective alphabet, write your description, get your work marked by an English teacher.
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The Bad English Grammar award will be given on Thursday. Grammar mistakes from all over the UK (including MPs, the Army and schools) are included. Which is the worst?
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Correcting small English grammar mistakes can make you sound like a MUCH better English speaker and it makes you more confident about your language abillities. Watch the video and remember the corrections.
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Very common English grammar mistakes on VIDEO with full corrections to help improve your grammar knowledge. Simple mistakes that are easy to correct with a bit of help from a good English teacher.
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When talking about 'time', Since or For is a common mistake in English grammar, so read the info & do the free online grammar test. Immediate results & no sign up required.
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English grammar past present and future review to start your English learning in 2014. How was the past in 2013? Will your future be as good as you predict? Use the examples and grammar notepad to help you be a better you by the end of 2014.
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A free, multiple-choice English grammar test to check rules of a/an/the. Immediate quiz answers & results with no sign-up. Rules/examples of definite article given to help with the test.
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A third conditional English test with multiple choice questions and instant answers. Also 'unreal conditional' examples and explanations to test this advanced English grammar.
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Check up on regular & irregular Past simple verb knowledge with the Queen's Speech. See the video & read full transcript and other English grammar learning
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david Beckham is a great sportsman and father, but sometimes his English grammar is not so good. Work out what he is saying in the quotes from Becks.
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Test your English grammar & vocabulary in our very difficult Advanced English Test (C1 - C2)? Get results immediately from our multiple choice English test.
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Excellent cartoon, present perfect timeline & explanations to really help you understand present perfect v past simple English grammar. Example sentences explained by an English teacher.
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You know that sitting down is dangerous, don't you? The English grammar of Question Tags explained. Plus some health tips that everybody that is alive should read!
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Grammar explanation of all tenses in the passive.