What’s the difference between ‘despite’ ‘in spite of’ ‘although’ ‘even though’ and ‘though’? This lesson will help you use them accurately.
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If you had English grammar lessons at school, you probably learnt that to express the future, you need ‘will’. But there are several other options, depending on whether you’re talking about a plan, an arrangement, an intention, a prediction etc. So let’s start with a common question: ‘What are you doing next weekend?’. How would […]
Modals of deduction can help you answer questions in both the IELTS Reading and Listening tests. This lesson will show you how.
The Past Perfect is a useful tense to master for describing change in Academic Writing Task 1, and storytelling in both GT Writing Task 1 and Speaking Part 2.