Double comparatives

In English, we can use double comparatives to express cause and effect, or increasing or decreasing returns in parallel structures. There are three basic patterns to use double comparatives with nouns, actions, and adjectives/adverbs. Fun activities and playing games are great ways to improve your fluency. Here you can find 3 different activities to reviewContinue reading “Double comparatives”

Confusing Adjectives -ed/ing

In English there are 2 patterns for adjectives: 1. verb be + adjective I’m interested in English movies. English movies are usually very interesting. 2. adjective + noun It’s such an interesting class. She is such an interesting woman. 3. -ed or -ing There is a group of adjectives that can end in –ed orContinue reading “Confusing Adjectives -ed/ing”