You can use the imperative to give direct commands, instructions, or advice. For instance, your teacher may tell you to “sit down” or “be quiet” or “open your book” or “raise your hand”. These are all examples of the imperative.
So, what are you waiting for? Go practice!
Prepositions of time and place include words such as: in, on, at, to, since, for, from, above, below, behind, under, over, near, and between…to name just a few.
These prepositions are necessary to help describe the relationship between the other words in a sentence when expressing notions of time or establishing locations.
ESLvideo.com has free videos you can watch and listen to while answering questions about what is happening in the video clips. They have videos grouped together for beginning, low-intermediate, intermediate, and high-intermediate ESL students, so there is something for everyone. Try it out and see how you do!
Ask anyone who grew up in the United States during the 70s and 80s about Conjunction Junction, and they’ll know exactly what you’re talking about! As children we grew up watching cartoons that taught us common grammar rules and Conjunction Junction was one of the most popular ones…teaching us how to use “and/but/or” correctly. So, check out the video and then practice your conjunctions to see how well you can hook up words, phrases, and clauses!
Here is a really cool link that has short movie clips you can watch and then answer questions about each scene. This type of practice is great for your English because it teaches you listening comprehension, proper pronunciation, and common expressions. Some of them are more difficult than others, but you can watch the movie clips over and over again until you get all the questions right!