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Elementary English. Lesson 18.HAVE TO / DON'T HAVE TO and MUST / MUSTN'T and SHOULD SHOULDN'T

How do we use modal verbs in English? The verbs HAVE TO / DON'T HAVE TO and MUST / MUSTN'T are examined in this video. PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS, if you have any....

Via Shanthi Cumaraswamy Streat
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My Grammar Lab

Create your own practice. Chose the grammar you want to study, decide how many questions you want to answer, then create your own test.


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Tracee Orman's curator insight, August 4, 2013 9:18 AM

I'll be checking it out. Sometimes I wish my students had iPads rather than MacBookPros. Crazy, I know...

Andy Lee's curator insight, August 4, 2013 1:32 PM

Will have to try this out.

Ruby Day's curator insight, August 5, 2013 6:31 PM

Will be looking at this for my writing class 

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Ejercicios: Distinguir entre “going to” y “will” | Ejercicio de inglés

Ejercicios: Distinguir entre “going to” y “will” | Ejercicio de inglés | Grammar exercises | Scoop.it
be going to y will son dos de las formas más habituales cuando queremos hablar del futuro en inglés.
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Random Idea English: Quantifiers - talking about a lot and a little - many, much, little, few etc

TEFL teacher explores grammar and language points with exercises, quizzes and some opinionated rants...

Via EFL SMARTblog, Ferreras Menéndez Maria de los Reyes
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Can you help me, please?: 3ºESO: WILL, MIGHT and BE GOING TO.

Can you help me, please?: 3ºESO: WILL, MIGHT and BE GOING TO. | Grammar exercises | Scoop.it
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Present Perfect Tense

Presentation to show the form and uses of the Present perfect tense
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