Adverbs can describe when (adverbs of time) or where (adverbs of place) something happens. Adverbs of manner express how something happens by simply adding -ly (in most cases).
For ESL students, English pronunciation is often difficult. This is why they can learn the sounds of English by first understanding the anatomy of the mouth
When you put two different words together, it forms another word and meaning. For example, compound words can have hyphens, spaces or no spaces at all between the two words.
For second language acquisition, there are five predictable stages. From preproduction to advanced fluency, it’s good to recognize the stage your students are in
From the past, present and future, how well do you know your verb tenses? We list all 12 verb tense conjugation with examples using the verb “to travel”.
Transition words are the glue that connect two separate ideas together. Overall, they help readers progress from one thought to another through your story
Adjectives describe nouns or modify other words and are often before a person, place or thing. We supply you with a list of adjectives examples.
While adjectives describe nouns, adverbs describe/modify verbs. Adverbs explain ‘how’, ‘when’ or ‘where’ an action takes place. They usually end in “-ly”.
This minimal pairs list is perfect to practice English pronunciation because students have to distinguish between two similar sounding words. For example, ship and sheep are minimal pairs.