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Students of English typically learn how to form zero, first, second and third conditionals. But in reality, English speakers sometimes mix the parts to form what we call ‘mixed conditionals’. We do this when the two parts of the sentence refer to different times. For...
Learning grammar for B1/PET or B2/FCE can seem like such a huge task that it’s difficult to know where to begin! We hope that our books and blog posts can help.You could probably make yourself understood in most languages with a few items of vocabulary and very little...
The main adverbs of frequency are always, usually, often, sometimes, hardly ever, rarely and never. Putting them in the wrong place in a sentence is a very common mistake for learners. These are the basic rules. If you follow them, you will be safe in your exams!:...
Embedded (also called ‘indirect’) questions start with phrases such as Can/Could you tell me …? or Do you know …? We often use them to be polite. For instance ‘Could you tell me where the station is, please?’ sounds more polite than the direct questions ‘Where is the...
Is there a difference between didn’t need to and needn’t have? Everything you need to know about the verb need.
The verb need is extremely common. The most important thing to remember when you use it in present or past simple tenses is that it must be followed either by a noun or a to-infinitive. It is a common mistake to use the wrong form of the verb that follows need: I need...