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Adjectives worksheet for class 3

Underline the adjectives in the following sentences and identity their kind. 1. Manu is a smart boy. 2. The poor shoemaker worked hard to support his family. 3. There are twenty apples in the...

Phrases for use in everyday situations

The phrases given in this lesson are useful in several everyday situations. When you are late Use the following phrases when you are late or when you can’t come at all. Sorry I’m late....

Phrases to use when leaving people

When leaving people we can use an expression like Good morning/Good afternoon/Good evening/Good night. Note that Good night is not used to greet people when you meet them. Its meaning is similar to Good...

I’m in a hurry

When you are in a hurry, you are not able to wait to do something because you do not have enough time. I can’t wait. I’m in a hurry to get there. When you...

Using of course

Of course means ‘without any doubt’ or ‘certainly’. ‘Can you help you?’ ‘Of course.’ ‘Can I join your group?’ ‘Yes, of course.’ ‘Could you get me something to drink?’ ‘Of course.’ ‘Do you know...

Body idioms | Part 2

There are several body idioms in English. That means there are several idioms using the names of body parts. Here is a list of them. Best foot forward To put your best foot forward...

Common English Idioms

Here are some English idioms that we keep hearing all the time. I couldn’t agree with you more  If you couldn’t agree with someone one, you entirely agree with them. ‘People are obsessed with celebrities....

When to use the simple present tense

The simple present tense is used to talk about our everyday activities – things that we do regularly or at specific intervals. Before you start learning this tense form, think about things you do...

Expressing your opinions in English

To express your opinions, use an expression like I think … or I guess … I think she is making a mistake. I think we should accept this offer. I think you ought to...