More on Will and Would

Hello again.

Today’s lesson gives you more practice in WILL and WOULD. Hope you enjoy it.

In this morning’s news, it has been reported that there is a suspected Ebola outbreak in Barcelona. Although that is not the country in which I live, it is not very far from me as the crow flies. Should I be worried about this? I am not at all sure. I remember that when I lived in Lyon there were some birds shot near there which were suspected of having the bird flu virus. Remember that? It seemed so worrying at the time but then just disappeared from the news.

I found and read a very good book about Ebola on my Kindle. I liked it so much that I put up a quick site to try and promote it. I have put details down below. I will make money if you buy the book but any money I do make I will give to charity.

This gives me a chance to bring up again the subject of Kindle books. These are available anywhere in the world and are usually cheap, if not free. Sometimes I read a review of a book in a newspaper and am reading the book a few minutes later. The selection of free books is unbelievable. If you want to improve your English, you should read Kindle books.

Some people think you have to have a Kindle to read Kindle books. This is not true. I read mine on my iPad, using the Kindle app. This is the link to Amazon US where you can find the app for your computer, tablet or phone

I am off to look at my new house. More about that soon.

Pearson BROWN

PS My Ebola site is

Any commission earned will be given to charity

4 thoughts on “More on Will and Would”

  1. My students and me really enjoy your exercises a lot. And would love more listening ones, please. Love from Guadalajara. πŸ™‚

  2. Dear sir,
    I am a student who is currently doing a research project on teaching English. Part of the project involves sending out a questionnaire to an actual teacher, and I was wondering if it is possible that you could give me your house address so I can mail the questionnaire to you. Thank you for your time, sir.

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