AT the end = at a point in time IN the end = finally / a final result AT THE END We normally use AT for a time such as AT 9 o’clock or AT night.  Similarly, the phrase at the end means at the time when something ends.  The phrase at the beginning means at the time when something … Read More

SO, VERY, TOO Exercise

Multiple-Choice Exercise to practise the difference between SO & VERY   Grammar Rules: SO vs VERY

Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise B1

 Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise This quiz will test your knowledge of past participles, use of tenses & word order for questions and time words. Level: B1 / Intermediate More Exercises at B1 / Intermediate Level: Drag & Drop Exercise / True or False: Present Perfect or Past Simple Multiple Choice Exercise: Present Perfect or Past Simple  Multiple Choice … Read More

When we use BETWEEN and AMONG

Use BETWEEN to describe the difference between or the position of two things. Use AMONG to describe the difference or position in a group of things. Between Examples: Look between the curtains and you’ll see a strange man outside. The table is between the 2 chairs. Among Look! There’s an old house among those trees. I found my keys among … Read More


Prepositions of Time SINCE  + time / point in the past (yesterday, last year) FOR  + period of time (2 hours/3 days/1 year) UNTIL up to a point in time TILL Less formal way of saying until FROM….TO Use from for the start time and to for the finish time  Since Since is typically used with perfect tenses.  Use since … Read More


What’s the difference between ARGUE and DISCUSS? When we use the verb argue, we mean that we have a fight with words.  You can also say to have an argument with someone. When we use the verb discuss, we mean that we have a conversation with someone about a serious topic. DON’T MAKE THESE COMMON MISTAKES ✅ Don’t argue about … Read More