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Two useful charts to review and keep at hand at all times. Chart n. 1 Chart n. 2 © L. R. Capuana All images are property of © L. R. … Continue reading INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
Il 26 novembre u.s. all’istituto “F. da Collo” di Conegliano (TV) abbiamo avuto il piacere di ospitare la compagnia teatrale Tom Corradini Teatro con il suo spettacolo Brexit, un grande … Continue reading La "Brexit" a teatro
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This post can be useful to find on the spot all the English verb tenses including when and how they are used with sample sentences provided on the last column.
Questo post può essere utile per trovare con facilità tutti i tempi verbali della lingua inglese corredati di una colonna con modalità di utilizzo e una per frasi con esempi tipo.
L’ottimo lavoro svolto dalla 3^ liceo linguistico in cui ho insegnato quest’anno./Outstanding work done by the third year class of the liceo linguistico I taught this year.
This is a map my first year students developed for an activity that included research on the fifty states of the U.S. regarding the geography, the history, the economy, population … Continue reading MAKING A MAP TO LEARN GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY
“It is all due to the time we live in” says Lessing and that is why the 20th Century is the century that has proved so important to Women’s Emancipation.
These are the last two couples of Modal or Anamalous Verbs, the previous can be found here and here. WILL/WOULD are always followed by the infinitive of the main verb … Continue reading MODAL VERBS: WILL/WOULD – SHALL/SHOULD
PRESENT PERFECT The present perfect is often associated with the Italian “Passato Prossimo” and that is mainly because it is formed in a similar way, however its uses are somewhat … Continue reading THE PAST – SUMMARY CHART (Part 2)
The Past There are four different main past tenses in English (the past simple, the past continuous, the present perfect and the past perfect that you may find at the … Continue reading PAST TENSES – SUMMARY CHART (Part 1)