THE FUTURE

The Four Different Verb Tenses to speak about future actions:
1. Will/Shall
2. Be going to
3. Present Continuous
4. Present Simple

REPORTED SPEECH – part 2

It’s easier than you think, a quick and brief guide to master Reported Speech. Needless to say that practice is also essential.

REPORTED SPEECH – part 1

It’s easier than you think, a quick and brief guide to master Reported Speech. Needless to say that practice is also essential.

OFFERTA SPECIALE – LEZIONI D’INGLESE ONLINE

Con l’inizio del nuovo anno e la chiusura imminente o prossima del primo periodo dell’anno scolastico, molti di voi si troveranno nella posizione di recuperare lacune disciplinari o di voler … Continue reading OFFERTA SPECIALE – LEZIONI D’INGLESE ONLINE

IF-CLAUSES OR CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

If-Clauses or Conditional Sentences are used to express doubts, conditions or hypothesis. This post outlines the most important aspects to learn them thoroughly and it provides easy tips and charts to apply them quickly.

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS: THE DURATION FORM

The Duration Form is the last piece of the puzzling present perfect tenses. It’s meant to stress the effects that an action starting in the past has on the present, it can be stressed from the starting point with “Since”, or how long it lasts with “For”.

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE

Present Perfect Simple: a mind boggling verb tense for Italians, it’s actually less complicated than it might appear. Just think out of the box: it’s not how recent the past action has taken place, but wether it has effects on the present as well.