Learning English

British vs American English

British vs American English

British and American English are like siblings from the same language family. They share a lot, but they also have their unique quirks.

Ordinal Numbers

Ordinal Numbers

Ordinal numbers tell us the order of things. Imagine you cross the finish line first, you’re in 1st place. That’s an ordinal number.

Gerunds vs Infinitives

Gerunds vs Infinitives

Gerunds end in “-ing” and act like nouns. For example, “Swimming is fun.” Infinitives are the basic form of a verb and start with “to”.

Sentence Types by Structure

Sentence Types by Structure

Today, we explore sentence structures, which range from simple to compound-complex. Sentence structures come in four main types.

Quantifiers with Uncountable Nouns

Quantifiers with Uncountable Nouns

Quantifiers help us talk about how much of something we have. With uncountable nouns, like water, we use words like “much” and “some”.

8 Types of Pronouns

8 Types of Pronouns

Pronouns are like shortcuts in language, helping us avoid repeating nouns. They come in various types. Here are the 8 types of pronouns.

Types of Conditional Sentences

Types of Conditional Sentences

Conditional sentences follow a structure that combines a condition clause (using “if”). Learn the conditional types (zero, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd)

Adverbs of Frequency

Adverbs of Frequency

Adverbs of frequency tell us how often something happens. Words like “always,” “sometimes,” and “never” tell us how regularly actions occur.