Another source of common mistakes – is your knowledge perfect here? Images exercise to help you think like an English speaker
Lesson: There is, there are
Can we use “some” for questions? Can we use “any” for uncountables? These are some of the questions explored in this chapter.
Lesson: Some, Any
Most people know the main difference between many and much. However do you know the different types of questions when you can (and can’t) use these quantities? Find out here.
Video Lesson - Many, much, a lot of
What’s the difference? This lesson shows you. Also explores the difference between “a few” and “few” and “a little” and “little”. Essential knowledge.
Video Lesson - A few, a little
This lesson sets out 16 uses for in, on, at in illustrated form to make them easy to understand – and remember. Test yourself afterwards with the handout and exercises.
Lesson: In, On, At - time
Nouns: Countables, Uncountables (1)
Articles (2) (3) | (Zero Article 4) | The: Special Uses (5)
There is, there are (6)
Quantity: Some, Any (7) | Many, Much, A lot of (8) | A few, a little (9)
Prepositions of time: In, On, At (10)
The Present: Present Simple (11) | Present Continuous (12)
The Past: Past Simple (13) | Past Continuous (14) | Present Perfect (15)
Irregular Verbs (16)
The Future: Future Simple (17) | Future Plans (18)
Phrasal Verbs (19) (20)