Share this: Print this lesson A moving TED talk. This talks about the end-of-life situation and how we can be prepared for it. In this Ted talk lesson, read the word focus, familiarize yourself with the words, then watch the video and take note of the expressions that are used in the video. Please don’t forget
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Share this: Print This Post Something very inspiring. This TED Talk episode talks about loss, death, and bringing clarity to our lives. In this Ted talk lesson, read the word focus, familiarize yourself with the words, then watch the video and take note of the expressions that are used in the video. Please don’t forget
Share this: Here are some expressions that you can say if you really like something. I love chocolate cake. I love playing basketball. I like cats. I like dancing. I fancy reading. I fancy taking a stroll at the park. I enjoy foreign films. I enjoy running. I enjoy I’m crazy about him.
Share this: What are nouns? Definition: As children, we were usually told that a noun is a “naming word” or something that refers to a person, place, animal, idea, or thing. How do you recognize a noun? The common endings of nouns are: # -er/-or ( mother, daughter, father, doctor ) # -ism (
Share this:Having a significant amount of vocabularies in your arsenal is probably the most important thing in terms of learning a new language and communicating with ease. If you do not have enough words to express yourself through writing and speaking, the learner will have trouble getting his/her message across, and therefore, will be very
Share this:Hello, students! In this post, I will be teaching you about the common noun. The article will give you a list of common noun examples. Common nouns should not be capitalized. However, if it is located at the beginning of the sentence, then it is capitalized. The noun is divided into the common
Share this: When we write, we sometimes do not know when to capitalize the letter. In this article lesson, we will cover the rules on when we capitalize a letter. The capital letter, is also called the big letter, or upper-case, or sometimes, just a capital. When do we use a capital letter?
Share this: Noun Name of a person, place, animal, event, thing, or an idea. Example: Barack Obama, America, Book, Cat, Dog, Party, Love “Barack Obama is the president of the United States of America.” Pronoun Is used in place of a noun or noun phrase to avoid repetition. Example: He, She, It, They,
Share this:Also known as the “Future Perfect Continuous Tense.” When do we use the tense? (1) Talks about an action that starts before a time in the future and continues up to that time. ( Usually with a time word ) “In 2020, I will have been working for ABC company for 10 years.”
Share this: Also known as the “Past Perfect Continuous Tense.” When do we use the tense? (1) Something that started in the past and continued up to now. Tells “how long.” “She had been studying at that University until she graduated.” ( This tells how long something had continued before another event happened in