English Grammar - Verbs and Verb Tenses

Verb tenses in English

Introduction Every sentence has a subject and a main verb. Verbs describe what the subject is doing. To be able to show exactly what the subject doe...

The verb TO GET

TO GET 'To get' can be used in a number of patterns and has a number of meanings. TO GET + direct object = obtain, receive, buy. Ex...

Expressions and uses of TO GET

TO GET TO GET + direct object = to obtain, to receive, to buy: To obtain Examples She got her driving license last week. They got...

The Verb To Be

Use: Use be with: Names Hello, I’m John. Your age How old are you? I’m 17. Places...

Matching subjects and verbs

1.  Spot the subject If you’re not sure whether to use a singular or a plural verb, think carefully about what the subject of a sentence...

matching verbs to collective nouns

Collective nouns are nouns which stand for a group or collection of people or things. They include words such as audience, committee, p...

DO OR MAKE

DO We use the verb 'do' when someone performs an action, activity or task. do a crossword  do the ironing  do the laundr...

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