mpec

Learning / Advanced / Grammar

Ing or Infinitive with to? Part 2

By Suzanne Pilch / 30 maggio 2020

In questa lezione analizziamo i verbi che seguono il pattern: Verb + TO INF / ING with 2 different meanings

GENERAL Read More

Phrasal Verbs – How can anyone ‘do without’ them?

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 ottobre 2017

Many students find themselves ‘shutting down’ upon hearing the term “Phrasal Verbs” and I suppose that I can understand why; there are thousands of them, literally!

GENERAL Read More
Ed Tyrrell Ed Tyrrell
6 ottobre 2017

Apulia: a place that must be seen. Relatively speaking!

Below is a text about Apulia, Italy. It contains a number of ‘relative clauses’ but the relative pronouns have been deleted. Can you fill them in? Answers are at the end of the text, along with a brief explanation. As per usual, if you have an comments, please feel free to write to me.. Enjoy!

Should you? Do you have to? Must you?

Should you? Do you have to? Must you?

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 ottobre 2017

Do you have difficulty talking about obligation or giving advice in English? Our latest post might just help you.

GENERAL Read More

Something for the weekend

By Ed Tyrrell / 6 ottobre 2017

Some of you may already know, or at least heard of, “Ted. Ideas worth spreading”. In case you haven’t, it’s a forum where experts in their own fields are invited to give talks about projects or ideas they are working on.

GENERAL Read More

Meetings, Meetings!

By Suzanne Pilch / 26 settembre 2017

How to express your opinion or quote somebody else's? Click to find out.

BUSINESS Read More