2016 is a leap year, because February has an extra day, which is today: the 29th of February, leap day. Leap day is an extra day inserted into the calendar to keep it synchronised with the astronomical and seasonal year and it occurs every 4 years.
Monday, 29 February 2016
Sunday, 28 February 2016
Saturday, 27 February 2016
Thursday, 25 February 2016
Wednesday, 24 February 2016
On this post we try to clarify the difference between USED TO+infinitve to express past habits that are no longer practiced versus BE USED TO+-ing to express actions we are accustomed to do regularly.
More about USED TO on a previous post
Tuesday, 23 February 2016
Remember that in interrogative structures in English, prepositions go at the end of the sentence. Complete information about how to make questions in English on this previous post HERE.
Monday, 22 February 2016
Sunday, 21 February 2016
Saturday, 20 February 2016
Tuesday, 16 February 2016
Remember English needs auxiliary verbs to make the negative and interrogative forms. Here are the three main auxiliary verbs in English: BE for the Continuous/Progressive and Passive forms, HAVE for the Perfect forms and DO for the Simple forms. BE and HAVE are used also in the affirmative of those forms.
Monday, 15 February 2016
Sunday, 14 February 2016
It's that day once again... Some say it's romantic and cheesy... Others that it's only a commercial invention...
But it's here, and it's celebrated.
We've devoted many posts to it throughout the years, you can link to all of them HERE.
Another link to HOW TO FLIRT IN ENGLISH.
Another link to HOW TO FLIRT IN ENGLISH.
But if you really want to know everything about it, click to The Telegraph's article below:
Below we also include some charts with idioms/expressions with the word of the day: HEART:
And different ways to say you're in love:
And whatever, enjoy!
Saturday, 13 February 2016
Thursday, 11 February 2016
Tuesday, 9 February 2016
Monday, 8 February 2016
Sunday, 7 February 2016
Saturday, 6 February 2016
Friday, 5 February 2016
Thursday, 4 February 2016
Wednesday, 3 February 2016
These is the structure you use in English when you want to agree with what another person says:
SO+auxiliary verb+Subject or repeat the same using TOO at the end.
Similarly to Question Tags.
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