[display_podcast] Question: from Inês in Portugal I´m Portuguese and in my language the word – it (he/she/it) doesn´t exist. it’s hard to understand how to use this word: Examples 1)The Olympic Games take place every four years. Why take and.
[display_podcast] Question from Salim in Lebanon: Recently I stopped on the word vocabulary to find that it can be countable..so can you offer me the way we can use vocabularies in a sentence..in what sense can it be correct..thanks Answer:.
[display_podcast] Question from Christy in the Philippines When do we have to use the past participle of the verb when the tense of your statement is in the present tense. This is because I get confused when someone asks me.
[display_podcast] Question from George in the USA: Is it correct to say: And now, a wide variety of ENERGY STAR appliances qualify for Hawaiian Electric Rebates.’ Or is it more correct to say: ‘And now, a wide variety of ENERGY.
[display_podcast] Question from Sarika in India: Which is correct ‘on holiday‘ or ‘for a holiday‘ A quick answer to Sarika’s question: Sarika, you can use ‘for’ or ‘on’ with holiday and both would be correct. You can also drop the.
[display_podcast] Question from Rick in the USA Why do we say “I did not meet him” rather than “I did not met him”, since this is the past tense? Hi Rick. I’m going to answer this one although the answer.
[display_podcast] Question: What is the correct form: He is a student, but he (isn’t going, doesn’t go) to school right now because it’s the summer holiday? Hi Alshoala, your question is really about the use of the Simple Present and.
[display_podcast] Question from Mahesh in India: What is the difference between ‘would’ and ‘could’? Hi Mahesh. This is a very common question and there seems to be a lot of confusion about what the difference is exactly between ‘would’ and.
[display_podcast] Question from George in the Romania: How does ‘once’ change when it is with ‘just‘ or ‘only‘? Hi George. Thanks for your question. As you know ‘once‘ means an action that is performed one time only. So if we.
[display_podcast] Question from Teddy in the USA: What is the difference between “may” or “might”? e.g., I might have made a mistake or I may have made a mistake. Thanks. Hi Teddy and thanks for the question! Using ‘may’ or.