Feel like pulling your hair out with English irregular verbs? Well, for God’s sake don’t pull them out with irregular verbs it may be painful! (That was a translation from Spanish. You should pull them out due to/because of irregular verbs). Maybe the best way to deal with them is to learn them by heart…… Continue reading Irregular verbs in past simple
Past perfect or past simple? This is an activity that will help you practise these tenses within a story about Jane, a girl that was looking forward to going to a party, but discovered that being absent-minded wasn’t a good thing ….unless you change the end of the story. The first part of the activity…… Continue reading Past perfect and past simple: A Horrible Day
Hello! Here are two graded activities for the use of these tenses when they appear together. One is for Basic levels and the second activity is for Intermediate. Click for Intermediate Click for Basic
One of the typical problems learners of English frequently come across is how to pronounce the endings in regular past English verbs. When I mean regular I mean all the ones that end in -ed/d like ‘walk>walked’, ‘study>studied’. There are actually some simple rules that will help students get this right almost all the times.…… Continue reading /id/ /d/ or /t/ in regular past verbs?
Hello! Here’s an activity to brush up a bit on these two tenses. Click for activity