As it was already stated in class, we had two types of Relative Clauses to work with depending on the occasion, which were: Defining Relative Clauses Non-Defining Relative Clauses Referring to the Defining type, we stated that these described the... Continue Reading →
Adjectives describe qualities (characteristics) of nouns. Some qualities can vary in intensity or "grade", for example: rather hot, hot, very hot; hot, hotter, the hottest The adjective hot is gradable. Other qualities cannot vary in intensity or grade because they are: extremes (for... Continue Reading →
Enter Here to read about a rather laaaarge list of connectors and useful expressions to link sentences in the english language.
The following Link includes a presentation of the 3 Verb Forms we worked this current term, with a few exercises for each.