The second conditional in English goes like this: “If I spoke more English, I’d be a more fluent speaker.”. It’s used to describe possible, but unlikely, future events if a condition is met. It is unlikely or impossible that the condition will be met. Just like “If I ate before I went out drinking, I’d […]
If you watch this week’s video, you’ll learn about a very import aspect of English: The First Conditional. It’s a very positive piece of grammar because we can use it to describe things that will happen if a condition is met. The key thing to remember is that it’s the probability of condition, that’s the […]
Do you feel confident when talking about the UK, Great Britain, England, Scotland, London? What is the UK? Or are all these terms quite confusing and you’re not quite sure which is which? Are Britain and the UK the same thing? If you just answered yes to either of the last two questions then this […]
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