Wish You can use "wish" to talk about the future (with a similar meaning to "want") like this: I wish to make a complaint. However, this isn't very common in spoken English – it sounds very... Read more »
PASSIVE VOICE FOR ALL TENSES RULES The places of subject and object in sentence are inter-changed in passive voice. 3rd form of verb (past participle) will be used only (as main verb) in passive voice. Auxiliary verbs... Read more »
Simile and metaphor To make a story or a poem more interesting, a writer often tries to use words to create a picture inside the reader's head. A simile is when you say that something – a... Read more »
The future using present continuous and "going to" By Mrs Hajar | Nador Future plans : Using 'going to' and the present continuous are two ways we can talk about our future plans and arrangements in English.... Read more »
By Mr Sallo Abdellah A lesson in writing skills The topic: “Women at work bear heavy responsibilities, they encounter serious problems both at work and at home; write an article about how to manage their time... Read more »
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