How do English speakers use sentences with ‘if’? Our video especially for ESOL learners will help you learn how we use them.
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How long have you been studying English? This is an example of the present perfect continuous.
We can use comparative and superlative adjectives to describe or compare two or more people or things.
Have you heard of countable and uncountable nouns? Do you know when to use ‘How much?’ or ‘How many?
Some adjectives go with certain prepositions. There is no real pattern – you need to learn them as you meet them.
Watch the presentation and complete the activities to find out how we use 'will, going to and present continuous' to talk about the future.
Have you ever lost anything? How did you describe what you lost?