Welcome to the second part of my Common British Slang blog post. If you haven’t already, check out the first part of this two-part blog inspired by Intrepid English student, @tess, who asked us to teach her some common slang terms.
Today we have the fourth and final part of our English Grammar Tense Cheat Sheets. Be sure to bookmark this page. Scroll to the bottom for questions to practise. Ready, steady, let’s go! Zero conditional – When do we use it? facts and rules of nature. If you fail this exam, you fail college. […]
Here at Intrepid English, we love to help our students to understand all kinds of English. Whether it’s formal business English, phrases for exam preparation, or general conversational English. So, when Intrepid English student @tess asked us to teach her some common slang terms, I was more than happy to oblige.
What an unprecedented time we are in at the moment. A lot of us are adjusting to working from home whilst taking on full-time childcare responsibilities. (Who do we have to contact for our medal?!) We’re sending you all lots of positive vibes for this period of self-isolation, social distancing, lockdown, or whatever you’re calling […]
Today we have the third part of our English Grammar Tense Cheat Sheets. Make sure you bookmark this page. Scroll to the bottom for questions to practise. Let’s get cracking. future simple will When do we use it? future intentions at the moment of speaking We’ll collect you from the airport. predictions about the future. […]
Here’s the second part of our English Grammar Tense Cheat Sheets. Make sure you bookmark this page. Scroll to the bottom for questions to practise. Here we go. past simple When do we use it? completed actions Last Thursday I had a beer with Maggie. past habits. When I was a child, I played […]
We’ve put together a few English Grammar Tense Cheat Sheets for you to bookmark, print, laminate and stick to the outside of your shower. Trust us, you will want to find these again. Scroll to the bottom for practice questions. Okay. Let’s get going. present simple When do we use it? routine/habits She cuts […]
If you ask a native speaker to explain what an idiom is, they would probably have no idea. Idioms are intrinsically used in our everyday, spoken and written English. However, many English learners struggle with idioms because they don’t seem to fit the context. If your colleague were to describe that day’s technical issues as […]