These charts provide a quick comparison between Italian and English verb tenses and modes; they may be useful to keep at hand at all times since they allow you to find immediately the right type of translation you may need depending on the type of sentence or expression.
These charts provide a quick comparison between Italian and English verb tenses and modes; they may be useful to keep at hand at all times since they allow you to … Continue reading COMPARING ITALIAN AND ENGLISH VERBS – PART 1
A relative pronoun is a word that introduces a dependent (or relative) clause and connects it to an independent clause.
ENGLISH BASIC GRAMMAR 1
Parts of Speech: The Sentence Structure
The Past Continuous
MODAL VERBS part 2: WILL-WOULD, SHALL-SHOULD, MUST – OUGHT TO (HAVE TO – NEED TO).
Mastering them is an important step towards mastering the language.
Basic English 1 – THE NOUN
A brief overview of the most important basic rules to master the use of nouns in English.
Basic English 1 – THE DEFINITE AND INDEFINTE ARTICLES
Simple slides to meaningful knowledge for beginners’ English learners. You can read through them, take your own notes, or copy them down (which I strongly recommend to learn in a quicker and more solid way). There’s even a very short audio with different pronunciations that are useful.
The Four Different Verb Tenses to speak about future actions:
2. Be going to
3. Present Continuous
4. Present Simple
A quick and thorough way to learn how to make comparisons. It includes some tips for Italian students.
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This short video is meant to help those who want to learn English with few essential tips. In this specific case I discuss why the third person singular pronoun “IT”, the neutral pronoun, is so important; why short answers are important too and why (especially for Italians) is it crucial to learn spelling skills.