Tag Archives: present perfect
Here’s today’s quiz card. You can leave your answer/s in the comments box. Want more of this language goodness? For the complete list, click: Quiz cards.
Here’s today’s quiz card. You can leave your answer in the comments box.
I’ve started working for the company in 1984. The sentence above is wrong. Now take a look at the ones below. Which sentences are correct? I started working for the company since 1984 I started working for the company in 1984 I have worked for the company since 33 years I have been working for the […]
A: There’s a sushi restaurant not far from here. Do you know it? => B1: Yes, but I didn’t try it. => B2: Yes, but I haven’t tried it. I hear so many conversations on similar lines in the classroom and sometimes a discussion arises over which of the two answers – B1 or B2 […]
You start chatting to a student who you haven’t met before; it’s the 14 February. She/he arrived in Malta on 07 February; she/he returns home on the 28 February. You don’t have this information so at some point you will probably need to use one of these questions: How long have you been staying here for? – This […]
“I probably would have never went down there if it weren’t for this game,” Wiggins told CNN. My question for you is not about Pokémon Go but rather about a comment made to the news agency CNN by a game player (see above). There’s a major grammar mistake. What is it? After you’ve sent in your answer, read and […]