How to Use I Wish / If Only in Sentences

How to Use I Wish / If Only in Sentences 1

When you say “I wish…” you are talking about something that you want but probably will not happen, or you don’t think will happen. Learn how to use I Wish / If Only in this lesson. How to Use I Wish / If Only There are three distinct types of  I wish / if only  sentences: Wish, wanting … Read more

Auxiliary Verbs | Meaning, Useful List & Examples in English

Auxiliary Verbs | Meaning, Useful List & Examples in English 2

Auxiliary Verbs! Learn the definition, auxiliary verb examples & how to use them in an English sentence and the difference between auxiliary verbs and full verbs with ESL printable infographic. Auxiliary Verbs Meaning An Auxiliary Verb (or Helping Verb) is a verb that changes or helps another verb. Auxiliary means “extra” or “different”. Auxiliary verbs like “do” can be used to make … Read more

50+ Important Verbs Followed By INFINITIVES in English

50+ Important Verbs Followed By INFINITIVES in English 3

Verbs Followed by Infinitives in English! Here are some of the most useful and common infinitive verb list in English with ESL printable infographic.  List of Verbs Followed By Infinitives Here is the important verbs that are followed by infinitives: Agree Manage Appear Need Arrange Neglect Ask Offer Begin Plan Can’t bear Prefer Can’t stand … Read more

Useful List of 100+ Feeling Words | Common Feeling Adjectives

Useful List of 100+ Feeling Words | Common Feeling Adjectives 4

Feeling Words in English! Below is the list of adjectives to describe emotions: OPEN, HAPPY, ALIVE, GOOD, LOVE, INTERESTED… with ESL infographic.  Everyone has moments when they just can’t come up with the right word to describe what they’re feeling or trying to say. You might be angry and start sputtering. You may feel overwhelmed and … Read more

Accept vs Except – Commonly Misused Words in English

Accept vs Except - Commonly Misused Words in English 6

Below is the difference of commonly misused words: Accept vs Except in English that you should know. Commonly Confused Words: Accept vs Except Accept “Accept” in the simplest of definitions means to agree to something or to say “yes.” The word usually shows agreeability to something. Also, this word means could point at admitting to … Read more