Auxiliaries

Auxiliary verbs, as we have seen, are “helping” verbs that add structural meaning or a semantic coloring to verbs carrying the full burden of lexical meaning. All auxiliaries share the ability to be directly followed by not in negative sentences, often in contracted form (They have not gone, We shouldn’t wait), and to be reserved ...

How to Send Articles to English-Learners

How to Send Articles to English-Learners
1. Browse www.English-Learners.com 2. Click on “Register” or type “www.English-Learners.com/wp-admin” 3. Type your user name & password 4. On the left side, click on “add new” 5. Type the title of your article and then type your whole article. 6. Give a short explanation about your article (copy & paste some important parts of your ...

Making an effort (Easy or Difficult)

Making an effort (Easy or Difficult)
Making an effort Idiom: give something your all Meaning: use your all energy and effort to do something Example: I gave it my all, but only managed to came second in the race. Idiom: go all out Meaning: use a lot of energy and effort to do something Example: Jack is going all out to ...