Grammar Time: Many Much A Lot Of Let's learn how to use quantifiers many much a lot of. We use MUCH with uncountable nouns. It's often used in negative and interrogative sentences, but it can also be used in the affirmative: There isn't much lemonade in the jar. How much money do we have? Play as
Grammar Time: Quantifiers A quantifier is a word or phrase which is used before a noun to indicate the amount or quantity.'Some', 'many', 'a lot of', 'a little' and 'a few' are examples of quantifiers. Quantifiers can be used with both countable and uncountable nouns. Examples of Quantifiers With Uncountable Nouns much There is much butter
Grammar Time: Wishes and Regrets We often speak about our wishes and regrets. We use wish to say that we regret something, that something is not as we would like it. Regret is a feeling of sadness about something sad or wrong or about a mistake that you have made, and a wish that it could
Grammar Time: Subordinating Conjunctions Let's learn how to use despite and in spite of, although and even though. Exam in Mind Level B1/B2 Despite in spite of although even though Although, even though, despite and in spite of can all be used to express the same thing. In other words, they have the same meaning. Although
Present Continuous vs Be Going to We use both going to and present continuous to speak about future plans. Exam in Mind Level A2/B1 What do Going To and Present Continuous have in common? Both going to and present continuous are used to express the same idea. Going to and present continuous are used to
Must and Have to for Strong Obligation Both words must and have to are used to indicate a strong obligation. In the affirmative form, have to has the same meaning as must and is used to express obligations. However, have to is much more flexible than must because we can use it in the past, the present and the future.
Grammar Time: Do and Make When we use do and make with noun phrases, do focuses on the process of acting or performing something, make emphasises more the product or outcome of an action. Let's learn the basic differences between do and make. Try to memorize the common collocations with these verbs. Exam in Mind
What to use: infinitive or -ing form? Do you know when should we use infinitive or -ing form? Let's learn the verbs after which use to-infinitive and the verbs which must be used with -ing form (Gerund). Level A2 To-Infinitive We use to + the infinitive form of the verb after the verbs: want - хотіти
Grammar Time: Phrasal Verbs Part 2 Learn some more phrasal verbs with Phrasal Verbs Part 2 and have practice doing exercises as well as using them in your own sentences. Exam in Mind Level B2 Phrasal Verbs Part 2 Remember! ask out - запрошувати A few boys asked her out but never the right ones back
Past Perfect Tenses The past perfect is a verb tense used to talk about actions that were completed before some point in the past. The Past Perfect = had + V3 The past perfect passive says the something had been done by someone before some time in the past: The city had been defended by the brave men.