Cute Cats and the Present Progressive Tense
The cat is wearing a slice of bread…
When we talk about pictures we use the present progressive tense.
Describing pictures is good practice. You should try describing the pictures below.
Here are some of my examples:
There are many things that change along with the month and season. For example, the amount of pollen has drastically increased, and with it the number of hay fever sufferers. What else changes as we enter the spring season?
At the Checkout
The checkout is the least exciting part of going shopping.
I hope this makes it easier!
5 Snacks to try before you die
I don’t enjoy regular meals. I prefer eating snacks!
Here a 5 delicious snacks!
Many people make the mistake of using the word countryside as an adjective. It’s actually a noun and is commonly used like this, “My grandfather lives in the countryside.” If you want to describe the type of place your grandfather lives in – with an adjective – you’ll probably want to say, “My grandfather lives in a very rural neighborhood.”
The lesson starts in 5 minutes!
Many people make this mistake: “The lesson starts after 20 minutes”
“In” is used with time remaining: “The lesson starts in 20 minutes”
“After” is used with an event: “The lesson starts after lunch”
Here are some examples:
What makes winter magical and exciting? Snow! Aside from the fact that it is cold and wet, what do you know about snow?
Snow: Interesting facts 続きを読む