How do you form the third conditional tense in English? The third conditional requires us to construct a sentence in two parts. We make the third conditional by using ‘if,’ the past perfect form of the verb in the first part of the
“If I had been you” vs. “If I were you” vs. “If I was you” – Second and Third Conditional Tenses in English
Conditional Grammar Sentences in English Today we have a question from Santosh, a student in the complete Go Natural English course, Fluent Communication 2.0. I have a question about “Conditional” sentences. Is it possible to say “If I were you
Did you know that the most common vowel sound isn’t A, E, I, O, or U? It’s a sound called schwa, and any vowel can sound like it! In this lesson, we’re going to talk about the most common (but
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Let’s have some fun learning to speak English by using slang to talk about money. 🤑 Did you know that in American English we have over 101 ways to talk about money? Each country has a different currency, and therefore different
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