Comparative adjectives

When you are comparing two different adjectives, you need to know the correct form to use. For example: Dogs are smaller than horses. Learning grammar is more difficult than vocabulary. I have to get up earlier than my classmates because I live far from school. To understand the rules for using comparative adjectives, you will … Read more

The past continuous

The past continuous is also known as the past progressive tense. Example: He was washing his hands when the phone rang. We were singing and they were dancing all night. Past continuous form: was / were + [verb -to] + ing Uses of past continuous: 1. To talk about an activity in progress at a … Read more