Using First Conditionals

Real conditionals – First conditional sentences The First conditional normally has two parts (clauses) One part (clause) which usually starts with “if” gives a condition, the other part gives us a result if that condition […] Read more...

How to use Had better

Had better for advice Another free lesson from Learn English Languagewell We use it in the English language to give advice about specific situations, not general situations.   —- You had better finish your homework […] Read more...

How to form superlative adjectives

Forming Superlative Adjectives Adjectives can be of: one syllable (tall, young, old etc) two syllables (early, modern, stressed etc) or more syllables (intelligent, expensive, beautiful etc) The English language tries to be efficient and practical […] Read more...

How to form comparative adjectives

Forming Comparative Adjectives Adjectives can be of: one syllable (tall, young, old etc) two syllables (early, modern, stressed etc) or more syllables (intelligent, expensive, beautiful etc) The English language tries to be efficient and practical […] Read more...