GRAMMAR – Adjectives & Prepositions

GRAMMAR – Adjectives & Prepositions

Some adjectives need a preposition before their object. There doesn’t seem to be a logical rule, I’m afraid! We just need to learn them.

  • Afraid of
  • Ashamed of
  • Aware of
  • Capable of
  • Certain of
  • Conscious of
  • Envious of
  • Independent of
  • Jealous of
  • Proud of
  • Eager for
  • Eligible for
  • Famous for
  • Grateful for
  • Notorious for
  • Prepared for
  • Ready for
  • Renowned for
  • Responsible for
  • Thankful for

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GRAMMAR – Collocations with GO

GRAMMAR – Collocations with GO

Native English speakers use the word GO almost daily. Try using some of these collocations in your everyday speech and learn how it can go into virtually any sentence. Can you think of any other collocations using the word go? Let us know with a comment!

  • GO shopping
  • GO dancing
  • GO home
  • GO TO church
  • GO TO school
  • GO TO bed
  • GO ON vacation
  • GO ON a date
  • GO ON a cruise
  • GO FOR a walk
  • GO FOR a swim
  • GO FOR a run
  • GO TO A party
  • GO TO A show
  • GO TO A bar
  • GO TO THE bathroom (toilet)
  • GO TO THE hospital
  • GO TO THE movies (cinema)

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VOCABULARY – Expressions of Time

VOCABULARY – Expressions of Time

IN THE PAST

  • Yesterday
  • Yesterday morning
  • Yesterday afternoon
  • Yesterday evening
  • Last night
  • Last Monday
  • Last week
  • Last month
  • Last year
  • Two weeks ago
  • Three months ago
  • Four years ago
  • A long time ago
  • In June
  • In 2007
  • In winter
  • In May 2019
  • When you arrived

 

IN THE PRESENT

  • Now
  • At the moment
  • Right now
  • At present
  • Today
  • This morning
  • This afternoon
  • This evening
  • Tonight
  • This week
  • This month
  • This year
  • Nowadays
  • Presently
  • Currently
  • These days

 

IN THE FUTURE

  • Tomorrow
  • Tomorrow morning
  • Tomorrow afternoon
  • Tomorrow evening
  • Tomorrow night
  • Next week
  • Next month
  • Next year
  • In a minute
  • In an hour
  • In a couple fo days
  • In a few weeks
  • Later
  • Later on
  • In the future
  • Sometime in the future
  • Soon
  • The day after tomorrow
  • As soon as

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VOCABULARY – Sports

VOCABULARY – Sports

Here are a few popular sports.

  • Archery,
  • Badminton,
  • Baseball,
  • Basketball,
  • Boxing,
  • Chess,
  • Cricket,
  • Cycling,
  • Football

What sports do you play?

What sports do you like to watch?

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VOCABULARY – Workplace Abbreviation

VOCABULARY – Workplace Abbreviation

  • ASAP as soon as possible
    Send me the report ASAP.
  • FYI for your information
    FYI, this is the update I got from the team.
  • BTW by the way
    I read that article BTW. Not so great.
  • EOD end of the day
    John, I will send you the details by EOD tomorrow.
  • ATTN attention (Used to indicate who a letter is for)
    Attn: John Smith
  • COB close of business (Used to refer to the end of a working day)
    Just a reminder that the report must be finished by COB today
  • TBD to be decided (You will know it eventually)
    No. of participants: TBD
  • RSVP It’s French for Répondez S’il Vous Plaît. It means please respond.
    RSVP to John by April the 20th

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