– I’m too to go scary bungee jumping.
– He was of the loud noise. scary
– I’m too to go scared bungee jumping.
– He was of the loud noise. scared
Scared (used as an adjective) is a feeling – similar to afraid. I feel . She is scared of bees. scared
Scary is the reason for this feeling. Going bungee jumping is . Sharks are scary . scary
Learn the names of these cleaning supplies, and listen to the pronunciation…
Read more about these on
. Learn English Have Fun
There is a YouTube channel called . They have recorded 80 classes of about one hour each. They categorize them as: English For You
The videos are a mix of American and British English. Here’s an example – the first lesson from their elementary videos…
The ESL Blues website has a set of “ “. When you take a progress test, it will ask you questions about different grammar points, or vocabulary. For each question you get incorrect, it will show you the grammar point you got wrong – and a practice exercise to help you understand. progress tests
For example, one of the progress test questions is:
This is your book, not ____. That is my book over there.
b) of my
d) to me
If your answer is not correct, you will see this:
(It links to a practice exercise about “mine”, which was the correct answer) My, mine, her, hers, etc.
The website also has a set of tests for beginners, and
, such as short lessons to help explain common English mistakes Do vs. Make and Say vs. Tell.
– How many years have you?
– I have 34 years.
– How many years has your daughter?
– My daughter has 6 years.
– Her baby has 4 months.
How old are you?
– I am 34. (or – I am 34 years old. or – I’m 34. )
– How old is your daughter?
– (or – My daughter is 6. ) My daughter is 6 years old.
(or – Her baby is 4 months. ) Her baby is 4 months old.
When talking about how old someone (or something) is, use the verb “
” – not the verb “ to be ”
(or – My twins are 5. ) My twins are 5 years old.
My car is 10 years old. Future:
Her son will be 5 on Friday.
Her son will be 5 years old on Friday. The word “turn” is often used when an age changes
Her son will turn 5 on Friday.
I turned 30 yesterday. Exception: If the person comes
the age in the sentence, then you do use the verb “to have”.
6 years old. I is a 6 year old daughter. ( have not: I have a 6 year old daughter.) s Her son
7. She is a 7 year old son. has Our cat
4 years old. We is a 4 year old cat. have
with more information on talking about age. YouTube video
– in Brazil. I born
– in January. My son borned
– last summer. Her baby borned
– When . your baby borned?
in Brazil. I was born
– in January. My son was born
– last summer. Her baby was born
– When was your baby ?. born
When talking about the birth of a new baby, always use
(for a birth in the past). was born Future: Her
in February. baby will be born Question:
Where ? was your baby born Infinitive: I want my baby
in Boston. to be born
Your “daily routine” = Things you usually do every day. What is your daily routine?
I wake up.
I go to the bathroom.
I brush my teeth.
is a new free app for iPhones and iPads. Each puzzle is small – only a few words – so you can finish a puzzle quickly. Some are easy, and some are more difficult. Here are a few examples: Tiny Little Crosswords
(BLUE, RED); (TWO, SIXTY, ZERO); (MAY, APRIL, JULY)