Category Archives: NEF. Unit 3

Comparatives and superlatives

We use Comparatives and Superlatives to compare two or more nouns. The formation of the comparative and superlative depends on the number of syllables in the adjective: One-syllable Adjectives To form the comparative, we add -er to the end of … Continue reading

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Articles: the, a/an, 0

English has two articles:  the and a/an.  The is used to refer to specific or particular nouns; a/an is used to modify non-specific or non-particular nouns.  We call the the definite article and a/an the indefinite article. the = definite article a/an … Continue reading

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Asking for/ giving directions

PLACES IN A CITY In a city, there are a lot of different shops, check them here and try some vocabulary exercises: Exercise 1 Exercise 2 , Exercise 3, Exercise 4 GIVING DIRECTIONS First of all, let’s revise the prepositions … Continue reading

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Journey, travel and trip

Do you know the difference among these words? Travel is used to mean the general activity of moving from one place to another. Common mistake: My travel to France this summer was great Journey refers to travelling a long distance, … Continue reading

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More about Comparatives and superlatives

Although comparisons are odious, they are helpful to make the picture when someone is explaining something to you. You’ve been studying comparisons for years now but, this year, we are going to pay attention to  modifiers which highlight how big … Continue reading

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You Are What You Wear

What do your clothes say about you? When you walk down the street or are out in public, what kind of attention are you attracting? Do people smile, stare, point at you and laugh, look away, or simply ignore you … Continue reading

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A Nightmare Journey

When writing a short story, LANGUAGE is very important: Use past continuous for background information. For example – It was raining heavily as we left the house…. Use past perfect before the main events of the story. but Anne had … Continue reading

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