The present continuous talks about something happening now. This tense also exists in several other languages, such as Spanish and Portuguese. In English, the present continuous is formed by using a subject (a noun or a pronoun) + the agreeing form of the verb to be (conjugated in the present simple) + a verb endingContinue reading “Grammar Review 1: Present Continuous”
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On vs In When Talking About Locations
This is a very common mistake students make when talking about locations in English. In my experience, students whose first language is Portuguese tend to make this mistake more often than others. I would say that the reason for this is that in Portuguese, in some situations, the same word can be used to meanContinue reading “On vs In When Talking About Locations”
7 Common Homophones That Confuse English Learners
How many English homophones do you know?