Learn to identify regular and irregular verbs in simple past is very important.
A Chapter is a main division of a book. Chapter 1 “The boy who lived” Harry Potter an the sorcerer’s stone by J.K Rowling. An Episode is each of the separate instalments into which a serialized story or radio or television programme is divided:
- “The final episode of The walking dead”
- The new episode of “Game of thrones”
Some verbs in certain occasions can be used as nouns using Gerund (-ing) and infinitive (to+base for of the verb).
English learners often make the mistake to use Say and Tell exchangeably, no knowing the difference between them. But, this is no going to happen to you because; with this chart you’ll know the difference and when to use anyone of them.
Nouns are words that represent people, places, objects, emotions, ideas, things.
Nouns can be:
- Proper nouns: Name of places, Days of the week, Months of the year, Names and Last names, Countries, Cities. Write proper nouns with Capital Letter.
- Common nouns: the rest of the nouns are common nouns. A chair, a doctor, a dog, teacher, mother. Write common nouns with lower-case letter.
Pronouns: Words that substitute or take place of a noun.
Singular pronouns: Plural pronouns: