1) Adjectives don’t change.
2) Quite and (not) very go before the adjective.
3) Adjectives go before nouns.
1) `s - people
2) s’ – plurals
3) of - things
Articles:1) Don’t use “the” with have (dinner, breakfast, etc.), work, school, bed, go home, when you speak about things in general.
2) Don’t use “
4) Present simple: she, he, it - +s, +es (ch, sh, s,x, z), +ies (consonant+y).
5) Gerunds: after verbs of feeling, after prepositions, as the subject of a sentence.
6) Like, love, hate, enjoy, mind, dislike, admit, finish + ing.
7) Want, need,would like, hope, try, decide, plan + to + infinitive.
8) Need, hate, love, want, know, have (possessions) cannot be continuous.
9) Past simple: verb + ed, +d (e), double consonant + ed (1 vowel + 1consonant), +ied (consonant+y). Use it to say when it happened.
10) Present continuous: be + ing.
11) Past continuous: was/were + ing. Use it to describe an action in progress at a specific time inthe past or to describe the scene at the beginning of a story (past continuous – action in progress, past simple – short completed action).
12) Future plans, predictions: be + going to + ing.
13)Present perfect: have + past participle. Use it to talk generally about past experiences in your life – you don’t say exactly when they happened. Use it to talk about actions which started in the past andare still true now. Yet ( - and ?, end of a sentence). Already (+, before the main verb). Just (+, to say that something happened very recently, before the main verb).
14) First conditional: will orwon’t. Use it to talk about a possible future situation. When “if” phrase comes first, use “,”.
15) Will: offers of help, promises, unplanned decisions, predictions.
16) Phrasal verbs: with mostphrasal verbs, if the object is a noun, you can put the object between the verb and the particle. When the object is a pronoun it always goes between the verb and the particle. Some phrasal verbs the...