Comparatives and Superlatives for Primary School Teachers

Table of Contents What is a comparative? A comparative allows someone to compare two things and usually ends in “er“.  The bigger apple. The happier child. The […]

Relative Pronouns – A Detailed Guide for Teachers

Table of Contents What is a Pronoun? Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun.  So rather than say, “The boy’s ball bounced”, […]

Noun Phrases Expanded – Everything a Teacher (or Parent) Needs to Know

Table of Contents What is a Phrase? A Phrase is a group of words that don’t include a verb.  It roughly runs paragraph > sentence > […]

Possessive Pronouns for Primary Schools Teachers

Table of Contents What is a Pronoun? Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun.  So rather than say, “The boy’s ball bounced”, […]

A Grammar App for those Lazy Days

Sometimes it's the simplest of mistakes that give it all away. Or perhaps not. Perhaps it's just a question of distraction, lack of attention, multi-tasking. […]

Lesson idea: ‘used to’ for describing past appearance

I made this activity up in class and it worked well! Really creative, loads of interesting language, and also a good way to practice ‘used […]

#535 Grammarly for Chrome

Grammarly has a free browser extension that you can add to Chrome to help with your spelling, grammar and punctuation whilst writing on the web. […]

‘so’, ‘such a’, and cheap cocktails

Another one of my ‘making things up as I go along’ reflections. This time, something that actually worked! The materials from one of our in-house, […]

Spoken Grammar: a Guide for English Language Teachers

I got offered free access to this course on Udemy. I’ve been meaning to do it for a while. Finally got around to it and… […]

The elusive present perfect continuous in the passive

In all my years as a teacher, I have been reading about the elusive present perfect continuous in the passive which is formally possible, the […]

Free Proofreading Tool: Grammarly

Do you sometimes make silly errors in your writing because you’re typing too fast? Is grammar or spelling not your strongest skill? Would you like […]

Grammar Lessons: Past Perfect Tense

Resources to understand more about the Past Perfect The post Grammar Lessons: Past Perfect Tense appeared first on Englishpost.org.

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