The 1st conditional is both useful and fairly easy to master with a little practice. We use it for expressing things that haven’t happened yet, but likely will happen if certain conditions are met. So, the possibility of “X” coming true is high.
If…. , will (won’t)…
The world is inhabited by humans. Billions of humans! We live anywhere and everywhere. In high places and low places. Warm places and cold places. Where do you live?
Here are some helpful words that you can use to describe the place that you live in!
An Australian Christmas
Christmas is the biggest holiday in Australia.
It is very similar to the Christmas in England.
How do you celebrate Christmas? Have you adopted your celebratory customs from the Western world? Or do you follow the common practices that most Japanese couples stick by on Christmas Eve?
Want to compare the differences between enjoying a Canadian Christmas vs. a Japanese one?
A good way to practice your English pronunciation is through tongue twisters – difficult phrases containing words that have similar pronunciations, all jumbled up into one compact paragraph. You’re meant to start off slowly pronouncing the words, one by one, and then build up speed until you can read the entire paragraphy perfectly, without twisting your tongue off in the process.
Try some of these tongue twisters to boost your English pronunciation level!
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas – in Canada – without delicious, fattening foods. Most of these foods are either too difficult or expensive to find in Japan. So, if you want to try authentic Christmas sweets during the holiday season, it would be best (and cheapest) if you made them yourself.
Here are some of my favorite Christmas recipes. I seriously can’t live without some of them!