How long have you been studying English? This is an example of the present perfect continuous.
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We can use comparative and superlative adjectives to describe or compare two or more people or things.
Do you know how to use the past simple? Do you know how to use the past continuous? These two tenses are often used together in a sentence.
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.
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?
What is reported speech in English? It’s when you explain what one person said to someone else.
The future continuous (will be + ‘ing’ form) and the future perfect (will have + past participle) tenses are used to talk about events in the futur