Quantifiers with adverbs, nouns from adjectives
Let's learn about infinitive and transitive verbs!
Past necessities: using “have to” in the past
Quantifiers as adverbs
Practice: Quantifiers as adverbs
Expressing quantities with "hardly" and "not much"
Practice: expressing quantities with "hardly" and "not much"
Other and another
Using suffixes to turn adjectives into nouns
Quiz: Quantifiers with adverbs, nouns from adjectives
Present simple to refer to the future
Preferences using "to"
Until and till
Using the present simple to refer to the future
Prohibition using the present and near future
Quiz: Present simple to refer to the future
Future possiblities, speculations
Offers and suggestions
Quiz: Future possiblities, speculations
Phrasal verbs and transitive verbs
Passive transitive verbs
Indefinite compound pronouns
Quiz: Phrasal verbs and transitive verbs
Present perfect simple and continous
Present perfect simple and continuous
Quiz: Present perfect simple and continous
Congrats! Now you know more about infinitive and transitive verbs
Read the paragraph below and notice the adjective + infinitive structure. Then write your own short paragraph of 3-4 sentences using this structure! Don’t forget to share it in the comments, so we can all see your work and give you feedback 😉
There are many activities that we can do in one week! It is difficult to wake up early sometimes. It is fun to ride a bike on the weekends and during the week. Cookies are easy to make. Dogs are easy to please.