In this first in a series of spelling activities, let’s listen to – and attempt to spell – some tricky names!
In this post we’re looking closely at, or eyeing, past perfect tense. In a previous post I showed that past perfect tense is probably not very useful in IELTS writing and speaking. It belongs more to the narrative genre, and in IELTS we don’t write stories!
When I explain this to students and they look at me as though they don’t really believe me, and so we go ahead and look at a story to see how past perfect works. Continue reading
Listen to David Rothery talking about our moon and correct the statements. Continue reading