Some everyday expressions in English

March 6th, 2017 in Expressions

Of course

Of course means ‘without any doubt’ or ‘certainly’.

  • ‘Can you help you?’ ‘Of course.’
  • ‘Could you get me something to drink?’ ‘Of course.’

Relative pronouns worksheet

March 4th, 2017 in English Quiz

The relative pronoun refers to a noun or pronoun. This noun/pronoun is called its antecedent.

The relative pronoun must be of the same number and person as its antecedent.

Asking for directions | Sample conversations

March 3rd, 2017 in English Learning

Here are some sample conversations about asking for and giving directions.

Conversation 1

First speaker: I’m looking for this address.
Second speaker: I’m sorry. I’m not from around here. You could perhaps ask that traffic cop.
First speaker: It’s okay. Thank you.

Present perfect tense worksheet

March 2nd, 2017 in English Quiz

Make sentences in the present perfect tense using the verb given in the brackets.

1. The guests …………………. (arrive)

2. The boys …………………… in their reports. (hand)

Prepositions worksheet

March 2nd, 2017 in English Quiz

Underline the prepositions in the following sentences.

1. Sitting on the branch, the monkey gibbered.

2. I was disappointed with my performance.

3. You never listen to me.

Adverbs with two forms

March 1st, 2017 in English Quiz

Complete the following sentences using the appropriate form of the adverb.

1. The situation is ……………….. serious.

a) deadly
b) dead

2. I was …………………. sure that it was him.

Formal and informal ways to greet people

February 28th, 2017 in English Learning

When meeting people, we usually say an expression like Good morning/Good afternoon/Good evening. This is relatively formal. In a very informal style, we can say Hello or Hi.
When we meet people, we often greet them by shaking hands and saying ‘How do you do?’ or ‘Nice to meet you.’