Second Conditional

We use the second conditional to talk about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the present or future. In the if-clause we use simple past or past continuous. In the other clause (consequence/result), we can use would, could or might. For the verb be we usually start our sentence with If + subject + were ForContinue reading “Second Conditional”

Tag questions

Tag questions are indirect questions that we often use to check something that we think is true. Example: Tag question: Your name is Mike, isn’t it? Direct question: Is your name Mike? How to form a tag question Auxiliary verbs Positive Negative be am, is, arewas, were am not, isn’t, aren’twasn’t, weren’t do do, doesdidContinue reading “Tag questions”

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”