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Last week I taught passive and present perfect tense. I thought that I was well prepared but in both cases we encountered one big problem. The students...

The word “HOW” is one of the most productive words in English. It helps us create meaningful questions and sentences. The word “HOW”...

I had been using these phrases long before I learnt that they were a grammar item. However, as I have to teach them to my students at school, I have created...

In this post, I try to explain what countable and uncountable nouns are. When I speak with native speakers of English they often tell me that the concept...

This is quite a simple grammar point – adjectives with the endings ed or ing. The more annoying it is when students use the endings incorrectly....

This will be quite a short post. But sometimes easy does it. So, I hope it will be the case. I would love to explain the usage and form of Used to here....

Many elementary students feel they cannot see the difference between these two tenses. To help them I have created a rap which explains the grammar and...

There are very few grammar points that I know so well as conditional sentences. Students always ask about them and they appear in tests and students. I...

Negative prefixes are very productive. It seems that if you learn these then you might be able to create countless English words. However, it is not enough...

This material is a demonstration of the approach called CLIL. In CLIL You learn the content and thus you learn the language. However, experimenting a bit...