Today we have a GREAT question from a student who asked:
“Which is correct: if I was… or if I were…?”
The answer is that we use BOTH in English, but in different situations!
I’ll give you some good examples to make it clear.
Try to practice this right away by writing two sentences – one with “if I were” and one with “if I was” – to help you remember when to use each one correctly!
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Today I’m going to explain why we never say “more better.”
English learners sometimes say things like, “My English is getting more better” – but it’s ALWAYS incorrect. Take the lesson to learn the right way to express comparatives!
I hope this helps make things clear!
If you already...
Once I asked my students, “What are the most difficult English words for you to pronounce?” and I got a lot of great answers!
Today we’re going to practice 15 words that English learners often find hard to say.
I’ll say each one once slowly, once at normal speed, and then I’ll say an...