We can use reported speech to express orders, requests and advice. In this article, we’ll look at the typical structures and analyze the examples.
What are reported questions? Read this article to learn about reported questions: how they are used and how to change direct questions into reported ones.
The Past Simple Passive tense is used to talk about an action that was completed in the past. Click here to learn more.
The Present Simple Passive tense is used to talk about regular or habitual actions when the subject is not important or unknown. Click here to learn more.
The Future Perfect Passive tense is used to talk about an action that will be completed between now and some point in the future. Click here to learn more.
There are several reasons as to why we use the passive voice in English. In this article, we’ll focus on the Present Continuous in the Passive voice.
The linking words that are used to show cause and effect, and their uses in sentences. Click here to learn more.
The adverbs about to, already, just, still, yet are used to describe things that are going on, are expected or close to the present time.
Adverbs of place tell us about location, specifying the direction, distance, movement, or position involved in the action. Learn more about them.
Expressing a date and time is a matter of context, location, level of formality and style. Learn how to talk about time and dates in several different ways.