A lesson on object pronouns

  How would you consider your knowledge of object pronouns to be? Don’t panic if it isn’t up scratch. I learnt all of this from THEM! Object pronouns with @ABAEnglish are made easy 🙂 Click ...

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What to do if you lose your suitcase?

If you travel a lot and you’re flying, you will definitely know what we are talking about. It doesn’t matter whether the bag you handed in before departure has gone missing or has arrived late, ...

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Top 5 musicals to learn English

Learning English from musicals? Precisely, they are far more suitable than you may imagine. It’s often said that you learn best by watching or listening, for example your favorite films or songs. Songs make a ...

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Agreeing with negative sentences

Today we are going to look at how to agree with negative statements in English using “neither” and “either.” Let’s get to it! Either, neither… learn how to agree with negative sentences with this @ABAEnglish ...

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10 Animal inspired English idioms

What’s new, everybody? At ABA we are all great and have been working hard to make sure you have as much material as you can to continuously improve your English. As we all know, the ...

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Past simple of “to have to”

“Must” has no past form, so we generally use the past form of “to have to” to refer to past obligations or strong necessities. Let’s take a look at some examples, shall we? She had ...

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Conditional sentences with modal verbs

We are going to look at conditional sentences using the modals “can”, “must”, “may” and “might”, instead of “will.” The conditional used with these modal verbs is usually the first conditional. Its purpose is to ...

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