for the B1 Cambridge test (PET) or the General Training IELTS test Formal emails are the ones that people write to people they don’t know well. The language used in this type of emails is more formal and polite. informal email formal email friendsfamily memberspeople we know well people we don’t knowbosses or managersdoctors, teachersContinue reading “How to Write a Formal Email”
To, in order to , as to, for, and so that are words that help us talk about purposes or goals clearly and fluently. Time to practice The best way to improve your English is by practicing. Don’t be afraid of making mistakes. Remember that practice makes progress.
Although, though, even though, in spite of, and despite are words that help us connect contrasting ideas clearly and fluently. We use them to introduce a clause in a sentence which is in contrast to another clause in the same sentence. You already know how to use basic connectors such as so and but. InContinue reading “Clauses of Contrast”
A sense verb or a verb of sense is a verb that describes one of the five senses: sight, smell, taste, feel, and hearing. There are three different patterns that we can use to describe how people and things look, smell, taste, feel or sound. In the table below you can find the grammar patternsContinue reading “Sense verbs”
for the B1 Cambridge test (PET) In some English exams you have to speak or write about photos or pictures. Here is a list of useful vocabulary and expressions for describing pictures or photos for oral/written exams. What is there in the picture?(people, things, animals, places, etc) In the picture I can see …There isContinue reading “How to describe photos and pictures”
This mini lesson includes a review of verb wish. Verb wish is used to express our desire for something different from how it is now. Wish expresses a desire that is impossible or almost impossible to happen. Grammar Practice Level of difficulty: Wishes about present situations Put the words in the correct order Wishes aboutContinue reading “How to express wishes”