Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Present perfect simple and continuous

Click here to find an extra exercise and its key.

Charts and graphs for the writing

Don't forget to hand in your writings  (14th February) describing ONLY ONE of these charts and graphs, please remember to include the chosen chart or graph.

Comparatives and superlatives

With many two-syllable adjectives (e.g. polite, common-er/-est and more/most are both possible. With others (including adjectives ending in -ing, -ed, -ful, and -less), only more/most is possible. In general, the structure with more/most is becoming more common. To find out the normal comparative and superlative for a particular two-syllable adjective, check in a good dictionary.

This is the website I have shown in class