Count noun and non count noun

Count and Non-count Nouns in Context

Count nouns can be counted as one or more. Non-count nouns cannot be counted. They usually express a group or a type. Listen to the examples below:     Non-count Nouns I’d like to buy some _________. How much do you need? Let’s see. Five ____s* should be enough. All right. Five____s of ________. Anything else? No, […]

What is an adjective

What Is an Adjective?

The simplest definition of an adjective is that it is a word that describes or clarifies a noun. Adjectives describe nouns by giving some information about an object’s size, shape, age, color, origin or material. It’s a big table. (size) It’s a round table. (shape) It’s an old table. (age) It’s a brown table. (color) […]

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Differences between Have and Have got

Are there any differences between “have” and “have got”? Have and Have got both mean the same. But what are the differences between have and have got, and how to use them correctly in various speaking situation? Let’s study the following examples to understand the usages. I have a car. I have got a car. She has a big […]

Benefits of Grammar to improve your English Fluency

Benefits of Grammar to improve your English Fluency

When you start learning English, you will learn some basic grammar right on the first lesson. This is very much necessary for you to understand the structure of English. But sometimes you would ask yourself some strange questions like. Why do I need to learn English Grammar? How can I use English Grammar to learn […]

Future Perfect Continuous tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous tense is used to express situations that will last for a specified period of time at a definite moment in the future. We also use this tense to express certainty about the cause of some future situation. Structure of Future Perfect Continuous Tense Positive: Subject + will have been + Verb-ing Negative: Subject […]

Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense is an easy tense to understand. We use it to talk about the past in the future or about something that will be over in the future. In the above example picture, Harry is thinking of a future time (14.00 this afternoon). At 14.00, he will be able to say “My flight […]

Will and Be going to

Introduction to Will and Be going to What are the difference between Will and Be going to for the future meaning? First we will study the following conversation. Emma: It’s my birthday soon. I‘ll be eighteen next Sunday. Joan: Oh, really? Are you going to have a party? Emma: I‘m going to have a meal […]

Contractions in English

When we learn English speaking, we will see some words which are written in short. Those are contractions. Contractions are often used in place of auxiliary verbs such as is, are, am, will, have, has, had, and would. See the following examples: Regular Contracted I am British. He is Chinese. They are Italians. I’m British. He’s Chinese. They’re […]

Simple Future Tense

Expressing the Simple Future Tense in English is particularly various because there are many ways to talk about future. The main auxiliary verb of Future Tense is will. However, we can use Present Simple or Present Continuous to talk about Future. How to make the Simple Future Tense? The structure of the Tense is: Positive: Subject […]

Present Perfect Simple or Continuous

Mike has been repairing the car. The car cannot run now. We use the Present Perfect Continuous for an action happening over a period of time. We are thinking of Mike doing the repair and the car cannot run now. Mike has repaired the car. He is showing the repairing cost to the owner. We […]