Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Common mistakes in the use of prepositions

February 6, 2013

Although prepositions are small words, they are very important ones. In this lesson, we will explain some common mistakes in the use of prepositions. Incorrect: Although he is clever, he lacks of experience. Correct: Although he is clever, he lacks experience. Incorrect: The train is now approaching to Boston. Correct: The train is now approaching […]

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Simple past and past continuous

February 6, 2013

The simple past and the past continuous are two tenses commonly used to make general statements about the past. Although they are both past tenses their uses are quite different. The simple past tense is only used to say that something happened at some time in the past. I went to a Chinese restaurant yesterday. […]

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