Atualizado: 28 de set. de 2022
Learn English every day. Collect new words for vocabulary building. Learn grammar structure slowly but surely. With a large enough vocabulary, you should be able to construct sentences to read, have a conversation, and understand.
See a few sentence structure options below:
1. The nest / is / full of bird eggs.
2. Flowers are available to send your mother.
3. Going to work by car is quicker than by pushbike.
With over one hundred thousand words in the English dictionary, we make millions of sentences for every occasion. Just 4,000 of these words will be enough to get by. Experimenting daily will help in your mission to speak fluently while write creatively.
There are many verb format options such as four principal forms: basic or root, present participle (use suffix ing), past and past participle. The basic form is the form listed in the dictionary, which is generally the first-person singular of the simple present tense.
Present participle (gerund or progressive verb + ing) is used when the action is occurring, or can be used for future tense when something is going to happen, or past tense when the motion was happening for a period in the past:
1. Present continuous: John is eating spaghetti bolognaise at his home, right now.
2. Future tense: John is eating spaghetti bolognaise tonight.
3. Past continuous: John was eating spaghetti bolognaise when I phoned him last night.
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Slowly (adv) = gradually, deliberately, little by little, (ant) quickly
Surely (adv) = confidently, definitely, with confidence and conviction
Full (adj) = filled, packed. We can substitute full as follows: “The basket is filled with bird eggs.” Or packed with bird eggs. Notice how we use the different preposition with instead of for.
To send (v) = irregular verb send / sent. In the above text sentence, we can substitute to send with other words e.g., “Flowers are available to buy for your mother.” Or we can opt to not use a specific verb, and instead use the preposition for to join the sentence. “Flowers are available for your mother.
Quicker (adv) = earlier, faster, nearer, closer, (ant) later