14 05, 2022

Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous

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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.

5 05, 2022

Infinitives With Too and Enough

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Using Infinitives With Too and Enough We use Infinitives with too and enough. Let's read the rule to see the difference. Exam in Mind Level B1/B2 Compare: That box is too heavy for Bob to lift it. - In the speaker’s mind, the use of too implies a negative result.  Too heavy = It is impossible for

5 05, 2022

Phrasal Verbs Part 1

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Phrasal Verbs Phrasal Verbs Part 1 will help you remember some phrasal verbs and use them in your own sentences. Exam in Mind Level B1/B2 A phrasal verb is an idiomatic phrase consisting of a verb and another element, typically either an adverb, as in break down, or a preposition, for example see to, or a combination

4 05, 2022

Past Perfect

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Past Perfect Tense: Grammar Exercises We use Past Perfect Tense to express that an action or actions happened before something else happened. I had eaten dinner before they came. Tilly had seen that film before it was on TV. Level A2/B1 Have practice in using the Past Perfect Tense Task 1. Past Simple or Past Perfect

4 05, 2022

Extreme and Gradable Adjectives

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Adjectives: Extreme and Gradable Adjectives are words that describe the qualities of something. What are extreme and gradable adjectives? Some adjectives in English are gradable – that means you can have different degrees or levels of that quality from “a tiny bit” to “extremely”. For example, the weather can be a little cold, rather cold, very cold,

27 04, 2022

Infinitive Forms

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How many types of infinitives are there in English? Let's learn the infinitive forms in the English language. Exam in Mind  Level B1/B2 The Infinitive in English has six forms: The Simple Active Infinitive to do The Simple Passive Infinitive to be done The Continuous Infinitive to be doing The Perfect Infinitive to have done The Perfect Passive Infinitve to have

6 04, 2022

Conditionals

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Grammar Time: Conditionals Revise Conditionals to get ready for the exam: the First Conditional, the Second Conditional, the Third Conditional. Level B1 The First Conditional (Type 1) = if +Present Simple (V1)  +  Future Simple (or Modal + Infinitive) The Second Conditional (Type 2) = if + Past Simple (V2)  +  would / could /

30 03, 2022

Adjectives Ending in -ed and -ing

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Grammar Time: Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing Let's learn what's the difference between adjectives ending in -ed and -ing not to confuse them. Level A2 / B1 Adjectives that end in -ed (e.g. bored, interested) and adjectives that end in -ing (e.g. boring, interesting) are often confused. -ed adjectives Adjectives that end in -ed generally describe emotions – they tell us how people feel. I

30 03, 2022

Past Perfect Tense

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Grammar Time: the Past Perfect Tense Let's learn when we use the Past Perfect Tense. Level A2 The Past Perfect Simple = had + V3 (past participle) We make the Past Perfect with had/hadn't + past participle: -ed for regular verbs and the third column for the irregular verbs. I hadn't been there before. She had never

23 02, 2022

Past Continuous

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The Past Continuous Tense The Past Continuous is used to describe: past action in progress at a given point in time: She was still working at eight o’clock yesterday evening.  past action in progress interrupted by another past action: She was leaving when the phone rang. simultaneous past actions: While Jane was getting dressed, Tom was enjoying his drink. Time expressions: at 3

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