Making suggestions in English

May 13th, 2017 in English Learning

One way of telling people what they should do is to use the phrase I think you should…

  • I think you should consult a specialist.
  • I think you should accept that job.

Subordinate Clauses And Their Kind

May 8th, 2017 in English Grammar

Adjective clauses serve the same purpose as adjectives. That means they modify a noun or pronoun. Most of them are introduced by the relative pronouns who, which, that, whom and whose. Note that adjective clauses are also called relative clauses.

Sample Conversations About Health And Illnesses

May 6th, 2017 in English Learning

You look run down!

Storyline: Susie is concerned that her friend Maria is still very sick.

Susie: You look run down, Maria.

Ordering food at a restaurant

April 24th, 2017 in English Learning

Use these phrases and questions when you are at a restaurant to order food.

Can I see the menu, please?

Waiter: What would you like to order, Sir?

Adverbs worksheet | Gap fills

April 18th, 2017 in English Learning

Fill in the blanks using an appropriate adverb. Choose your answers from the given options.

Past continuous tense worksheet

April 17th, 2017 in English Learning

We use the past continuous tense to talk about actions and situations that were in progress around a particular past time.

Read the sentence given below.

Degrees of comparison worksheet

April 16th, 2017 in English Quiz

Fill in the blanks with the correct degree of the adjective given in the brackets.

Notes: An English adjective can exist in three forms – positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree. Test your understanding of these forms with this exercise.