Modals in English

Can, Could, Should, Could Have and Should have What are modal verbs? Modal verbs Modals (also called modal verbs, modal auxiliary verbs, modal auxiliaries) are special verbs which behave irregularly in English. They are different from normal verbs like “work, play, visit…” They give additional information about the function of the main verb that follows it. They have a great […]

WH – words

  Wh-questions begin with what, when, where, who, whom, which, whose, why and how. We use them to ask for information. The answer cannot be yes or no: A:When do you finish college? B:Next year. A:Who is your favourite actor? B:George Clooney for sure! <a href=””>Click here to watch video on WH words</a>

Few, A Few and The Few

Many students have asked the difference between few, a few and the few. Few – Associated with negative mood or feeling A Few – Associated with neutral or positive mood The Few – When talking about entire few items we have. Watch this video on YouTube for more details. <a href=””>Click here to watch Full video</a>