Idioms in use!

TO PUT YOUR FOOT IN IT  A:           That woman you were talking to just now. She didn’t look very pleased as she walked away. Did you have a disagreement over

PARTICIPLE CLAUSES

Participle Clauses A participle clause contains either a present participle, e.g. seeing,a past participle, e.g. seen,or a perfect participle, e.g. having seen. TIME CLAUSES A: to replace a time clause to show that

Similies and Metaphors

Similes: you are drawing a comparison with as ………… as …………… Metaphors: you are calling something another thing to draw the comparison using the verb TO BE:   He was a

Verb + ing or ing: Conversation

Verbs Followed by the Gerund   Verb/Definition/Question   Abhor/Hate   to hate   What do you abhor having to do at work?     acknowledge   to recognize what someone

Different types of CRIMES!

Different types of ROBOS and CRIMES   What is the level of crime like in your area? Why do you think this is the case? Look at this vocabulary related

Do vs. Make: The Solution!

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DO AND MAKE? Let’s use Do and Make in a dialogue. I will ask you questions and you can pause the video and answer them by speaking or

Inversion with the Conditionals

Inversions with the Conditionals Zero Conditional Where can you find the following written: Should you require any further information, please, do not hesitate to contact me? Where can you hear

Phrases patterns and collocations 1

Consideration When you listen to these audios, please take into consideration or keep in mind that we, here, give consideration to or give importance to the people who show consideration

Idioms in Questions

Idioms in Questions Do you break even at the end of the month, or are you in the red, or even in the black? Do you like numbers and statistics? Are you