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How to be good at English (1-10 tips)

25 June 2020

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How to be good at English (1.10 tips)

1.Grammar- basics: know personal pronouns of object, demonstratives, articles, possessive adjectives.
2.Be good at saying numbers (written form as well).
3.Greeting spellings (bye, cheers, thank you).
4.Avoid the typical mistake of the missing s ending or es ending for the 3rd person singular of the simple present tense.
5.Know the exceptions to the rule. Do not say **I have hungry when you mean I am hungry.
6.Study and learn phrasal verbs, synonyms, antonyms, words, etcetera.
7.Study the rules.
8.Learn the exceptions.
9.English language is made up of four rules and forty exceptions. The student who masters these forty exceptions is the best speaker of English.
10.You should be familiar with false friends in English language and in life ūüėČ


Eugenio Fouz.-


Do not feed cheaters!

2 March 2019

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Tom Berenger as Jonathan Shale in “The Substitute“.

Dir. Robert Mandel. 1996]

In tests, controls and examinations teachers must avoid questions on BASICS which could be easily copied on a slip of paper. Do not feed cheaters!

In case a teacher would like to check the student¬īs learning of the days of the week, ordinal numbers from 1st to 12th, for example, he shouldn’t directly ask like this ‚Äúwrite all days of the week in order‚ÄĚ or ‚Äúcomplete the numbers missing¬†on the following list first, se‚Ķ‚Ķ., th‚Ķ.., fourth ‚Ķ‚Ķ‚Ķ..ninth ‚Ķ

Another way might be as follows:

a/Pass these messages into Spanish

She will meet her friend Joan next Thursday at 5.44


*Are you coming with us to the zoo tomorrow?

**You mean, tomorrow Tuesday?


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