Monthly Archives: October 2014

Second Conditional Simple in English Grammar

The last two articles concentrated on the first conditional. In English, there are two conditionals. The first, and the second. They have a simple and continuous aspect. Today, we will talk about the second conditional simple form, before doing the final instalment tomorrow. What Is The Second Conditional Simple? What Do We Use The Second […]

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First Conditional Continuous in English Grammar

Yesterday’s article taught us about the First Conditional Simple. Now, we will learn about the first conditional continuous. The two are similar, but used to describe two different situations. We’ll learn about the difference and how to use the first conditional continuous today. What Is The First Conditional Continuous? What Do We Use The First […]

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Your Versus You’re. There, Their and They’re

This is the latest in our English Grammar series. Today, we will talk about some common errors that speakers of other languages make when they write English. This might be helpful to English speakers too! Your versus You’re. People often get your and you’re confused. Your is possessive. It means the object in question belongs […]

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