When you talk about your childhood, you need to use past tenses and probably ‘used to’ as well. Here are some tips to avoid some of the most common mistakes.
Regrets are difficult for students to talk about. What’s a regret? It’s wishing you could change the past by doing an action you didn’t do or by not doing an action you did do. You can express regrets by using the verb ‘regret’ in the following way. Using a gerund (‘~ing’ verb) and object: “I … [Read more…]
Today’s video is about talking about experiences using the present perfect tense and simple past tense. Finding out if you have common experiences is a great way to make friends.
You can tell stories easily by using four parts: beginning, main point, reaction and ending. Remember that stories usually stick to the past tense. Beginning It is common to use a past-continuous clause (was/were ~ing) and ‘when‘, followed by a past-tense clause (simple or continuous) for a detail to link to the main point. “I … [Read more…]