New quiz on GET

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Never very easy remembering all the different uses of GET. Here is a fun quiz. Quiz on GET admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

New video on the Present Perfect.

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New video on learning IrregularVerbs

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New video on Past Simple or Continuous

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New video on the Past Simple

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Present Perfect Continuous

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I’m going through a good patch with my writing so I’ve managed to get another exercise online. https://englishgrammarsecrets.com/pastperfectcontinuous/menu.php I hope you enjoy it. admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

Past Perfect

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Here is the next in my new series of exercises using modern technology. This exercise should work equally well on PC, tablet and phone. Just click on the link. https://englishgrammarsecrets.com/pastperfect/menu.php admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

Pigheaded idiom

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Pigs are very badly treated in the world of animal idioms. Here’s an example. admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

Present Perfect or Past Simple

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Too hot to work but I got an exercise out https://englishgrammarsecrets.com/presentperfectorpastsimple/menu.php admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

Gentle as a lamb

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Another animal idiom for you. She looks fierce but she is really as gentle as a lamb. admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

Two New Additions

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I’ve got you a new idiom video. and I’ve also got a new exercise on the Present Perfect and the Present Perfect Continuous. https://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/presentperfectsimpleorcontinuous/menu.php admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

New improved software now provides exercises for telephones

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For a couple of years, my grammar exercise site has been getting less successful. It was written in Flash- and Google no longer likes Flash. I’ve finally found a replacement program – and it produces exercises that also work on phones, ipads etc. https://englishgrammarsecrets.com/presentcontinuous/menu.php admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

Hold Your Horses

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HOLD YOUR HORSES means to stop and think before taking action. Hold your horses. We need to think about this before we do anything. admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

Have Kittens

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Suggested English Language course

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New video on Shall

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I’ve been a busy bee. ? admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

New video on Past Continuous

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Networking language

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You are at a Networking event. How do you approach strangers? Click on the link for a great idea. admin Please enter the biographical info from the user profile screen.

Building Trust – 15 useful expressions

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The Past Continuous – a new quiz

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We use the past continuous to talk about past events which went on for a period of time. We use it when we want to emphasize the continuing process of an activity or the period of that activity. (If we just want to talk about the past event as a simple fact, we use the […]