ORDER OF ADJECTIVES

ORDER OF ADJECTIVES

Adjectives usually go before nouns. But it is quite often when one adjective is not enough to express everything that we have to say) Then these adjectives are arranged according to their meaning.

PHRASAL VERBS

PHRASAL VERBS

Phrasal verbs are verbs that are always formed by a verb and a small word – particle thus giving the verb a new meaning. There are lots of them in English for us to enjoy!

IF YOU WERE A SAILBOAT by KATIE MELUA

IF YOU WERE A SAILBOAT by KATIE MELUA

The song performed by the Georgian-British singer Katie Melua was written and produced by Mike Batt back in 2007. It was rather successful in charts of different countries. The true devotion and love that are depicted in the song make us believe in eternal values of life.

ARTICLES WITH GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES

ARTICLES WITH GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES

We generally use either ‘the’ or ‘no article’ with geographical names in English. There isn’t a lot of logic! We just need to learn if we need ‘the’ or ‘no article’ for each kind of place.

REPORTED SPEECH

REPORTED SPEECH

When do we use Reported Speech? Sometimes someone says a sentence, for example “I went to the cinema yesterday”. Later, maybe we want to tell someone else what the first person said. Thus Reported Speech is how we represent the speech of other people or what we ourselves say.

HAVE ALL THE SONGS BEEN WRITTEN?

HAVE ALL THE SONGS BEEN WRITTEN?

Listening to songs in English is a great opportunity to improve your pronounciation, vocabulary, and, of course, grammar. “Have all the songs been written?” by The Killers is not only an amazing romantic song but also a great example of using Passives.