Phone hacking scandal returns and is a good example of the passive voice in English
‘I predict a riot!’ sing the Kaiser Chiefs and I think that is a good way to describe how I feel about 2011.
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Aurora, a language learner from Italy, gives her perspective on how she has become a better writer in English.
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The story of the attempted terrorist attack on 5th November by Guy Fawkes shows us how to use the past tenses in English grammar (past simple, past continuous, past perfect, past perfect continuous and used to).