Grammar
Verbs followed both by Gerund and Infinitive
‘Gerund vs. Infinitive’, or to be precise ‘Verbs followed by Gerund or Infinitive', has always been a challenging topic for English learners. Either because there are no strict rules and one has just to learn them by heart, or maybe because the list of these verbs is pretty vast.…
Grammar
Used to/ Be used to/ Get used to
Sometimes, while speaking or doing some grammar tasks, you can get confused what to use: used to, be used to or get used to. Some people might think that three of them are the same and it is just another nuance in English language. Nevertheless, although these grammar structures may look similar, they…
Grammar
Adjective modifiers (intensifiers)
Do you want to make your speech more intense and brighter? Does it bother you why you can’t say very awful? Don’t stop reading this article and you will clear it out!  Adjective modifiers, also called intensifiers, are words which are placed before adjectives to give additional detail…
Grammar
Passive for distancing (for Advanced level)
Not so long ago some students from advanced level in Green Forest faced a challenge of learning Passive voice for distancing. As a teacher and friend of advanced level students, I’ve decided to share their burden and highlight this topic once again. So, what is Passive for distancing and what…
Grammar
To be та інші дієслова у Present Simple (for lower levels)
Hey-hey, our dearest English-learners! Якщо у вас досі виникає питання чому не можна сказати I am work, чи We are play? Тоді вам до нас у гості! Не один раз на своєму тічерському шляху зустрічалась я із подивом в очах студентів, коли виправляла чергове She is like coffee , або They aren´t…
Grammar
Collective nouns
 Hello guys! Today I will tell you about some special words called collective nouns. Which sentence is correct? My family has dinner together every Sunday. My family have dinner every day. Actually, both! But why? Let’s find out… So, there are some words that can be and singular, and…
Grammar
Phrasal verbs
Hello, my dear readers!    Last time I told you about dependent prepositions (depend on, listen to). But sometimes, there are prepositions which completely change the meaning of the verb itself! What does “fall” mean? What does “out” mean? Well, and do you know what…
Vocabulary
Must-know prepositions
 Hello, my dear readers!  Tell me, do you listen to music every day?  Why can’t I say “listen music” or “listen at music” or “listen on music”? Because we say “listen to”. But why? – you will ask me. Because there are some prepositions…
Grammar
Quantifiers
 Good day to you :)  A little preface:    It’s all in the amount. So how can we talk about the amount of something in English?  Last time we discussed some/any and much/many and how we should use them with countable and uncountable nouns. This time we’ll learn some…
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