Can you say what you like and dislike in English? And how fast can you do it?
Let’s check it at….
Here we are in London. That’s the house we’re staying:
Now, can you describe it? Are there any windows? If yes, how many windows are there? Are there any doors? How many floors are there? How about the colors? What’s the color of the door? Beautiful, isn’t it?
Now, let’s take a look at our bedroom:
Ok, now describe it: “There is a window, ….” What’s in front of the chair? What’s on the wall? What’s behind the bed? What’s under the TV?
We also have got a garden in our backyard, take a look:
Our bedroom window opens to it. Isn’t it beautiful?
Post your answers on the comments section of this post.
Silvia and Luna
Hey yo, sup?
I’ve come across to a very good explanation about the usage of WHETHER or IF at Grammar Girl’s Website and I’d like to share it with y’all. It’s cool!
Yo man! check it. why dont ya?
If Versus Whether
Additions are clauses or short sentences that follow a statement. They can express similarity to or contrast with the information in the statement. The additions are used to avoid repetition. For that, we can use So, Neither, Either and Both.
Neither and Either have 2 different pronunciations:
Let’s practice them:
Now a little challenge:
That’s it guys!