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Even Though /  Even If /  Even When  /  Even So

Even Though / Even If / Even When / Even So

By Suzanne Pilch / 21 November 2020

This worksheet is complementary to the Live Facebook Video Lesson published by My Personal English Coach on Monday 23.11.2020.

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Absolutely Good

By Ed Tyrrell / 21 March 2018

Why can't we use 'very' with huge or 'absolutely' with good?

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The Present Simple & Continuous: the heart of English?
Ed Tyrrell Ed Tyrrell
6 October 2017

The Present Simple & Continuous: the heart of English?

These are two tenses we study from the very early stages of learning English. And there is good reason: if you master these tenses, the rest becomes a little easier!

Should it be -ing or inf?

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 October 2017

This is a large area of the English language, which consists of many lists that need to be memorized. Here, I have looked into one aspect in a simplified way. I hope it helps.

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To Be, or Being: that is the question!

To Be, or Being: that is the question!

By Ed Tyrrell / 28 September 2017

For quite some time now, I have been thinking about writing a post on Verb Patterns. Then, during a class on Friday morning I decided to do it this weekend. And I finally got round to doing it this morning! I have already touched on the subject briefly, you can read that post, and probably should as it contains an interesting idea, here.

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Adverbs

By Ed Tyrrell / 26 September 2017

This is a request for input.I have found teaching adverbs can be a tricky thing.

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The Passive Voice

By Ed Tyrrell / 26 September 2017

The Passive Voice is used in English when we describe an action that is done without including who or what does the action (the agent – often referred to as the subject) in the same sentence.

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