Do people actually use conditionals in speaking? Do you sometimes feel that the grammar you learn has nothing to do with real life? How many times have you studied conditionals and you cannot use them? If you think that people don’t actually use them in real life, think again. Here are some everyday examples of… Read more Do people really use Conditionals in English?
Are you sometimes unsure if you’re using DO and MAKE correctly?DO is normally used to talk about tasks, jobs, and work and to talk about general activities.MAKE is used to talk about constructing, making, and creating things. Although there are some general rules about when to use DO and MAKE there are many expressions with… Read more You can DO it! (or MAKE it?)
He, she or they? Gender-inclusive (or gender-neutral) language does not discriminate against gender identities and/or groups. We’ve all been guilty of it – using masculine pronouns or nouns for mixed-gender groups, or defaulting to ‘he/him’ when a person’s gender is unknown or unclear. These are typical examples of language that is not gender-inclusive. Here are… Read more The gender debate in English – he, she or they?