Imperatives grammar

Grammar – Imperatives

Grammar Imperatives are verbs used to give orders, commands,warning or instructions, and (if you use “please”) to make a request. It is one of the three moods of an English verb (indicative, imperative and subjunctive). For example: Give me that tape, please ‘Don’t forget to make a wish!’ ‘Don’t say it out loud!’ These are examples of what are called imperatives and in particular, negative … Read more…

Today’s Phrasal Verbs

Mor Phrasal Verbs connected with the letter S As you know, native speakers of English tend to use a lot of phrasal verbs (sometimes called prepositional, multi-word verb, verbs) in everyday spoken English. In fact, this is quite frustrating for students who often have learned one-word verbs during their English studies and then are confronted with an English speaking world … Read more…

Valentines Day

Valentines Day

Valentines Day – Read the story Listen to Audio It’s that time of the year when couples show their love for each other by sending cards, flowers and chocolates. But Valentine’s Day is not only about public displays of affection: in recent years it has also become big business. In the UK alone, more than 20 million pounds is spent on flowers, … Read more…

Dental Vocabulary

Here is some vocabulary related to dentistry and teeth. Watch this old dental advertising video. Practice your dental vocabulary with Philip your skypeclass Teacher People who work in dentistry a dentist a person whose job is treating and looking after people’s teeth a receptionist a person who books appointments, greets patients and looks after the paper work of a dentist … Read more…