Parking Procedures: 8 (gerund or infinitive)

This is the last of an 8-part series on parking procedures. These are the instructions on how to use the car park, taken from the website of an international airport. As I like to say, there’s no better way to learn than by using English from the real world! For this eighth task, put theContinue reading “Parking Procedures: 8 (gerund or infinitive)”

Parking Procedures: 7 (conditionals)

This is the seventh of an 8-part series on parking procedures. These are the instructions on how to use the car park, taken from the website of an international airport. As I like to say, there’s no better way to learn than by using English from the real world! For this seventh task, you haveContinue reading “Parking Procedures: 7 (conditionals)”

Parking Procedures: 6 (sentence structure)

This is the sixth of an 8-part series on parking procedures. These are the instructions on how to use the car park, taken from the website of an international airport. As I like to say, there’s no better way to learn than by using English from the real world! For this sixth task, I haveContinue reading “Parking Procedures: 6 (sentence structure)”

Parking Procedures: 4 (word order)

This is the fourth of an 8-part series on parking procedures. These are the instructions on how to use the car park, taken from the website of an international airport. As I like to say, there’s no better way to learn than by using English from the real world! For this fourth task, put theContinue reading “Parking Procedures: 4 (word order)”

Parking Procedures: 3 (tenses)

This is the thrid of an 8-part series on parking procedures. These are the instructions on how to use the car park, taken from the website of an international airport. As I like to say, there’s no better way to learn than by using English from the real world! For this third task, choose theContinue reading “Parking Procedures: 3 (tenses)”

Parking Procedures: 1 (prepositions)

I’m starting an 8-part series on parking procedures. These are the instructions on how to use the car park, taken from the website of an international airport. As I like to say, there’s no better way to learn than by using English from the real world! For this first task, you have to choose theContinue reading “Parking Procedures: 1 (prepositions)”

We’ll meet us for Christmas lunch

“WE’LL MEET US FOR CHRISTMAS LUNCH“. I often hear students saying something like this when making plans, not just for Christmas of course but even for after school or the weekend. I’m sorry to tell you that the example sentence above is incorrect. True, there cannot be any misunderstanding and maybe it’s also the wayContinue reading “We’ll meet us for Christmas lunch”

1000 or 1000s

Some (not all!) of the sentences have a mistake. Which ones? Can you correct them? Two thousands guests were invited to the party. Thousands of people have suffered the effects of  Covid-19. I have  a thousands of photos on my smartphone. The new cruise liner can carry four thousands of passengers.

Wine

1. I need a bottle of wine 2. I need a wine bottle Take a look at those two sentences. a] Are they grammatically correct? b] Do they have the same meaning? c] If they don’t mean the same, what is the difference? Email me your answers for my feedback: sandro.tefl@gmail.com.