Everyone has time that is spent waiting for people or waiting for things to happen, which is sometimes called ‘downtime‘. The next time you have some downtime, study English.
In the first ever Get Great English video post, you can learn how to talk about events. What do you think? If you have any suggestions, please leave a comment.
Twelve o’clock, midday, noon or midnight? All are correct. Giving the time and understanding it should be easy but because there are a few ways to say the same time it can be difficult. Use 12-hour clock when speaking Only the army and people working in transport use 24-hour clock in speech to tell the … [Read more…]
One thing a lot of people have problems with when describing time and action relationships is choosing the right preposition. Here is a quick guide. on + date or day I will arrive on 26th September. Could you meet me on Thursday? in + time period, such as seasons, times of day and months Let’s … [Read more…]