The Most Complicated Words in English: 'He,' 'She,' and 'They'The AtlanticStill, English gets a bad rap, and a lot of the problem with gender in English grammar is due to three little words: He. She. They.
By or Until? "I will be there by 5 pm" or "until 5 pm"? What is the difference? In this English lesson, I talk about these two time prepositions, giving many different examples to highlight their meaning. By the time you take the quiz on this grammar lesson, you will know when to use by and until. You can take the quiz here: http://www.engvid.com/by-until/
We have already learned that the simple present tense is used to talk about routines. The present perfect tense is used to talk about events that have just completed. Study the following sentences. He goes to office every day.
Lately I’ve been involved in a lot of professional development where I’m providing space and time for teachers to consider their teaching beliefs. I’ve been nudging teachers to co... (Does your practice reflect your beliefs?