Watch grammar review presentations explaining the rules before trying practice exercises yourself.
Linking words join sentences and ideas together. They make your English much clearer and more fluent. Three good linking expressions are in spite of, despite and although. Watch our presentation to find out more.
Have you heard the expressions ‘if only’ or ‘wish’ in English? They are ways you can talk about something you regret or something that annoys you. Want to know more? Watch our ESOL video to find out about ‘‘if only’ or ‘wish’.
In English, we often use multi-word verbs or phrasal verbs like get up, pick up, and look after. Want to know more? Watch our ESOL video on multi-verb words.
How do you tell someone what you want them to do English? Do other people tell you what to do? If you need help with this, watch our presentation about imperatives and complete the activities to find out more.
Have you heard the phrases ‘used to’ in English? Do you know what it means? Did you know that it has more than one meaning? Watch our ESOL video to find out more about ‘used to’.
Do you know how to use sentences with ‘if’ in English? Watch our video presentation about the ‘third conditional’ to find out more about sentences that start with ‘if’.
What is reported speech in English? It’s when you explain what one person said to someone else. Watch our ESOL presentation on reported speech to find out more.
The future continuous (will be + ‘ing’ form) and the future perfect (will have + past participle) tenses are used to talk about events in the future. Watch our presentation and complete the activities to learn more about how these tenses are used in English.
If you could do anything for a day, what would you do? How do you talk about your hopes and dream in English? Watch our ESOL video on how to use the second conditional in English and learn how to use sentences with ‘if’.