Hey there, How are you today? We are simply happy you’re here. So what’s today’s grammar lessons about? It’s a beginner’s class on articles, plurals and nouns. If you are not sure of your English level, ...Read More »
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Grammar for Beginners – Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers
Hi! Nice to have you here. Do you know the difference between cardinal and ordinal numbers? Cardinal numbers tells “how many.” Cardinal numbers are also known as “counting numbers,” because they show quantity. For example: “Today I ate ...Read More »
Grammar for Beginners – No or Not?
Hello! How was your weekend? We have all had a very good weekend here in ABA! It was nice, because last week I had a no good weekend; or should I say: “I did not ...Read More »
How to remember prepositions!
Olá! Have you ever become frustrated trying to learn all the English prepositions? We understand. This is why we want to offer you some tips on how to remember and use them correctly. Prepositions are ...Read More »
Grammar for Beginners – Introduction to Prepositions
A preposition links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence. The word or phrase that the preposition introduces is called the object of the preposition. Prepositions work with other words in prepositional ...Read More »
The Present Simple and The Present Perfect Simple
As requested by Joan Carla Deseles from our Facebook page, today we are going to explain when “I’ve, you’ve, she’s…” is used in a sentence. It can be used as the present simple such, for ...Read More »
Beginner Vocabulary – Say or Tell?
Good morning! Today we are going to remember the difference between say and tell. So how do you know when to use them? It’s easy: You say something to someone You tell someone something Say ...Read More »