We use the Third Conditional to talk about the past. However this past is special because it didn’t happen. We can use this aspect of grammar to speculate or imagine what could have happened in a previous situation. This is why it can be so much fun to use! Read more ›
Students often wonder about the word GET. It can mean so many different things, and depending on the preposition that follows, it can be even more confusing!
Let ‘s take a look at some examples that might help you GET IT RIGHT (meaning to understand and use the word Get correctly). Read more ›
It is incredible how short words such as “in”, “at” and “on” can cause a real headache. The three words have the same meaning in Spanish, “en”, but in English each one has a different meaning, so it is particularly difficult for the Spanish speakers to use the words properly. And, to complicate matters even further, there are plenty of exceptions. Read more ›