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Esther Martinez
I'm a teacher of English as a Foreign Language, and I give it my all. That's all!
I'm a teacher of English as a Foreign Language, and I give it my all. That's all!

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We can use modal verbs to talk about how sure or unsure we are about something in the past just as we use modals in the present with a slight change in the form. He must be really happy about his promotion. (present deduction) He must have been very happy w...

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Used to & Be / Get Used to
"Used to" vs. "Be used to" vs. "Get used to" Used to can be used to express past habit.  I used to walk to work. NOTE:
In the negative form the word "didn't" indicates that the sentence is negative so "used to" changes to its basic form "use to". Similarly,...

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Gerund or Infinitive?
Gerund or Infinitive? There are certain words in English that are usually followed by an infinitive or a gerund. If you are not sure whether to use the one or the other, check out this post.     Verbs followed by gerunds     Verbs followed by infinitives   ...

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My Town
Places in town  What places are these? Public Buildings QUIZ 1 QUIZ 2 

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I Wish & If only
I wish & If only There are 3 types of I wish/If only sentences: REGRETS with the past 
perfect (3 rd conditional) I wish I hadn’t got so angry. WANTING CHANGE (for the present or future)  with the past simple I wish I had enough money to go on holiday ...

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Future Time Clauses
Dreams for the Future To talk about something which will probably happen in the future, we use: if + a present tense, and a future tense in the other clause. Any present form in the if clause (present simple, continuous, or perfect) and any future form (wil...

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Happy New Year 2017
May this year be the one in which all your dreams and wishes come true! Play & Enjoy

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A Christmas Story
Click and Merry Reading!

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Travel Phrasal Verbs
Phrasal verbs connected with TRAVEL Have a nice learning trip!
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