Lesson of the Week: Plural Nouns & Admired People

Lesson of the Week: Plural Nouns & Admired People

Plural Nouns & Admired People contributed by an Indonesia ETA “Cat” changes to “cats”, but “mouse” becomes “mice” and “sheep” are always just “sheep” regardless of how many there are…isn’t English grammar simply a delight? Plural nouns can be a hard enough concept for English learners with mother tongues which…

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Lesson of the Week: The Present Perfect Simple Tense

Lesson of the Week: The Present Perfect Simple Tense

The Present Perfect Simple Tense by a Czech Republic ETA One of the most difficult parts of learning English is remembering which verb tense to apply when, something that becomes even more complicated when there are irregular verbs involved. As English teachers, it is part of our job to attempt…

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Lesson of the Week: Quantifiers – Some, Many, Most, A Lot

Lesson of the Week: Quantifiers – Some, Many, Most, A Lot

Quantifiers – Some, Many, Most, A Lot by Sinia Amanonce (Czech Republic ETA) English is not a simple, straightforward language. Articles, prepositions, quantifiers—these small, seemingly insignificant words can easily confuse English language learners, and while they may flow effortlessly from the lips of us native speakers, it is often difficult…

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