9 years ago
#1
hi Im new in this site and I need some help in grammar because is a topic difficult to teach in chile.
If you could help me with some piece of advice or sites, I woul be really grateful. =)

9 years ago
#2
Just let me know where I can help you with.
9 years ago
#3
Hi,
If you want you can tell what you have to teach and I'll help you :)
9 years ago
#4
reply to vanessa1403's post #3
I have some problems with present perfect and conditionals too
9 years ago
#5
reply to Errie's post #2
I have some problems with present perfect and conditionals too
9 years ago
#6
reply to guaricienta21's post #4
what kids of problems do you have?
9 years ago
#8
defining and non_defining llause
8 years ago
#9
hi, i need help
-pronoun of "our neighbor" using "it" or "they"?
-and how about pronoun of "The Grady family"?

please, i was a bit confused..
8 years ago
#10
Neighbour (singular) He /She - never 'it'
Neighbours (plural) They
The Grady Family - usually they. The Grady family is going on a picnic. They are going on a picnic.

8 years ago
#11
Hi! concerning the pronoun of ''our neighbor'' we use ''He'' or ''She''.
and the '' The Grady Family'' we will the pronoun of ''They''.
This is what i think is true!
Have a nice day!
8 years ago
#12
reply to Apodo's post #10
Hi In American English, the spelling is "neighbors"
8 years ago
#13
Try a grammar book written by Murphy (Cambridge University)
8 years ago
#14
8 years ago
#15
Hi there!

This is a British Council site http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/english-grammar and there you will find the most important grammar problems clearly explained and some exercises too.
8 years ago
#16
Please I would like to know those verbs that can work with other verbs in the same sentence. Example using the verb like and another infinitive verb, such as I want to know you.


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