Jack and the Beanstalk is an English fairy tale : When Jack sold his cow for some magic beans, little did he know that it would be the beginning of a great adventure. The beans grew into a giant beanstalk that led to the castle of a terrible giant, full of his riches.
In this lesson, you will learn about making predictions using : Will + Adverb / Adverb + Won’t / May / May not / Might / Might Not / Could / Or Likely to Will + Adverb / Adverb + Won’t They probably won’t be there on time. We will definitely lose the game this […]
You should not concentrate all your resources and prospects in one single thing. If you do, you risk all your efforts on one opportunity. This negative imperative “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” is an idiomatic expression that has the concept of diversification ( a financial term that means the act of mixing […]
Meeting people and greetings – Hello. – Hi. – Good morning. – Good afternoon. – Good evening. – How are you? – How are things? – Fancy meeting you here! – I’m delighted to see you. – It’s delightful to see you here. – Goodbye! – See you soon! – I hope to see you […]
Thumbelina is a literary fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen : Thumbelina was a pretty girl, so small anyone would have ever seen. This story narrates her life in the woods, the field and finally how she finds a land full of little people just like her.
Whether you are dealing with fiction, poetry, or nonfiction literature, use the present tense (also called the literary present tense or historical Present) to discuss the actions and thoughts presented in the text. Do this because literature exists as a present phenomenon regardless of whether or not its author is alive. Here are some […]