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.
© L. R. Capuana
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.
This is the second video of a group of two about Modal Verbs. Here I discuss in brief detail WILL/WOULD – SHALL/SHOULD – MUST/OUGHT TO. © L. R. Capuana
This is the first video of a group of two about Modal Verbs. Here I explain why they are so peculiar by listing their main characteristics and I discuss in … Continue reading Video Lesson n.1 – Modal Verbs: Can/Could – May/Might
This third video lesson on past tenses is about the Past Continuous. As I always recommend in class, a good way to learn is to write down, with pen and … Continue reading PAST TENSES – Video Lesson n. 3 – Past Continuous
This second video lesson on past tenses explains the sometimes bewildering difference between “Used to” and “Would”. As I always recommend in class, a good way to learn is to … Continue reading PAST TENSES – Video Lesson n. 2 – Used to and Would