The first Word of a sentence We enjoyed our day on the beach. The dinner was good. Days of the week We never go out on Fridays. We prefer to have an evening out on Saturdays. Months of the year School starts in September. We don’t study in August. Names of people I met Jasmin […]
Interruptions May I add something here ? Do you mind if I interrupt you for a minute ? I’m going to jump in this topic Excuse me, but Getting back to the subject To get back to the topic, … I was saying that … Anyway / However / Whatever Where were we ?
In this English speaking lesson, we’re looking at ways to express blaming someone for something and responding to blame. Blaming someone • It’s all your fault. • I’m to blame! • I blame you for th is. • They blamed it on him. • I always get blamed for things. • I told you not […]
Who and Whom Although the making of case was lost in the English nominal system nearly 1,000 years ago, one still distinguishes between subjective and objective case in the pronominal system: “I” vs “me”, “he” vs “him”, “she” vs “her” … Only the second-person “you” has just one form. So it might seem logical that […]
An alien in a corn field A bat on a grave A creature from the swamp A boy wearing a devil’s mask A ghost at a haunted house Goblins around a hollow tree Some kids at a Halloween party A headless horseman with a Jack-o’-lantern A mummy in a tomb A boy dressed as a […]
We use this expression to describe an affectionate couple who show everyone how much they love each other, how much they care about each other and how much they are excessively in love. We can also use lovey-dovey to talk about romantic love or sentimentality. Let’s see some examples : – Oh! look at them, […]