Did you like the film? We liked that Maltese restaurant. In my free time I like walking in the countryside. My husband likes washing the car on a Saturday. Those sentences are grammatically correct but – and this is a big BUT – they are boring. Like is an easy word to use so forContinue reading “I don’t like “LIKE””
I saw this charming sign attached to the front door of a real estate agency (an office that buys and sells houses, apartments, commercial property and land). It is polite and has a touch of humour, two things which make life more pleasant for everyone. Yet, there is something not quite right about it. CanContinue reading “Dear our clients, …”
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Listening instructions: Read the text to get a general understanding (don’t worry about the gaps) Read again, this time thinking about the type of missing words (noun, verb, adjective, …) Listen to the recording without looking at the text Listen again, this time while reading the text Repeat step 4 as often as necessary Send inContinue reading “Beating a sore throat”
I’ve added a new section to this website – 411A. This is where I share real language problems of real students from a real language school classroom, with you. Even if you cannot physically be in room 411A, you can still try the tasks I set and send in your answers. Go on, take aContinue reading “Direct from the classroom”
“Why don’t nobody never loosen up and let themselves go?” That’s a genuine quote, not a sentence I’ve made up. If you’re not happy with it, tell me why and correct it.
…. time for a Kit Kat, as I like to say in-between lessons. I’ll say it here, too, because NotOnlyGrammar is taking a short break. Until next week folks!