Basic sentence structure Sentences are made of clauses, and the simplest sentence has only one clause. In fact, sentences with only one clause are called
and We use and for adding similar information or ideas; it means ‘too’ or ‘in addition’. My brother is a plumber, and my sister is a teacher.
What is an article? Basically, articles are either definite or indefinite. They combine to a noun to indicate the type of reference
Adverbs of manner – use We use adverbs of manner after a verb to describe the verb. We use an adverb of manner to say how something happens or how we do something.
Future plan In addition to the simple future tense, we can talk about future events by using either: the present continuous, or to be (in the simple present) +
Will is an auxiliary verb. This means that: we use will + infinitive: I‘ll be (or will be) at home next Saturday.
Use of superlative adjectives We use superlative adjectives to compare one thing in a group with all of the other things in the group. We use “the” before
Forming regular comparatives and superlatives We use comparatives to compare two things or two people. (e.g She is taller than her husband.
A lot of vs. Lots of A lot of and lots of are used to express that there is a large quantity of something. We use a lot of in positive sentences
Prepositions of place Preposition of place Explanation Example in – inside I watch TV in the living-room. I live in New York. Look at the picture in the book.