In English, some nouns can be counted, and some nouns are not countable. In this lesson, learn how to use countable and uncountable nouns and "some" and "any".
In this lesson, Your English Web introduces the continuous (or progressive) tense, and provides examples of its use in statements, questions, and answers.
In this lesson, explore the verb patterns when one verb follows another, with "to" and the gerund, and learn which verbs change meaning with different patterns.
In this lesson, learn the basic rules of asking questions in English, from verb-subject sentence structure to the role of do/does/did as an auxiliary.
In this lesson, Your English Web explains how to use the common verbs "have" and "have got" in different tenses, in questions, and in negative statements.
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