“And here I thought Past Perfect was tough to learn...It was before I tried using various phrases and idioms…” And we feel for you.
“OK, I knew English was weird, but come on… Now I have to know what idioms are?” It’s normal to despair when it comes to idioms as not even learning the most common idioms will help you know the meaning of them all.
If you’re trying to learn English in CA, chances are that, sooner or later, you’re going to have to start learning about the meaning of modal verbs and how to use modal verbs adequately in either speech or writing.
Hm, “must I use them?”. Well, you’re already using modal verbs without even realizing it! Now, wasn’t that easy? And peasy? However, if you’d like to really get the essence of what modal verbs are, why not consider learning English at a language school?
Deciding to enroll in a good English language school means you’re already familiar with all the benefits of attending classes at a language school. Want to know why you should use modal verbs? You’ll learn it. Wondering about what each modal verb means?
So, you’re thinking of going to an English language school, but you’re not sure how to choose the best language school for you? Perhaps you’re having trouble learning about what modal verbs are, or how many modal verbs there are?
Mixed conditionals? They exist? Really? Oh, the look of disbelief of many as they begin understanding the basic conditionals, only to find out there’s more. And it seems as though it never ends, doesn’t it?
As difficult as getting to know your conditionals can be, and we know it can, it’s nowhere near as impossible as some people would believe it is. It does get a bit trickier when you introduce mixed conditionals into the, well, mix, but it still remains rather manageable.
Hm, knowing which tense to use to describe a future event or a future plan can be confusing, but it’s just the beginning.
There’s no shame in struggling to differentiate between Past Simple, Present Perfect, and Past Perfect.