It can be confusing for learners when they hear native speakers use ‘would’ all the time. In English, the modal verb ‘would’ is used in three different contexts. Do you know all of them? Take a look at the examples below: I‘d (= I would) call you if I had the time.…
Are you confused about how to write and speak dates in English? In this post, I will present the differences.
Look at the man in the picture. Is he stupid or is he being stupid? In this post, I will explain when the present continuous tense can be used with state verbs like be and then answer this question.
Are you confused about when to use a/an and the in English? The graphic below presents the main uses of English articles.
Are you confused about how to use the present perfect tense? Read my post Uses of the present perfect and then check out the video below. In the video, an Australian traveller who has been travelling the world for over 9 months is going to talk about his experiences.
The present perfect simple is an important tense in English. Its structure is very simple: have/has + past participle However, many speakers of other languages have problems with its use. The graphic below presents the main uses of this tense. If you want to use the present perfect in speaking, it helps to listen to native speakers and notice how they are using this tense.