Monthly Archives: April 2015

Grammar Tutorial: Future Progressive Tense

Written by Leny Ortega In the previous tutorials on tenses, we have learned about past progressive tense. We continue our tutorial by discussing future progressive tense. Future Progressive Tense is used to express an action that is going on in the future before another action is about when a certain time comes. If you are… Read More »

Understanding Conditionals III: Third Conditional

by Nigina Dustova We use the Third Conditional to talk about an event or situation that did not happen in the past: Conditional clause main clause If + Past Perfect – would + Perfect If David had been more careful, he wouldn’t have fallen. If you hadn’t made the mistake, you’d have passed your test.… Read More »

Undrestanding Conditionals II: Second Conditional

In the previous post, we have written about First Conditional. In this post, we continue this series by talking about Second Conditional. We use Second Conditional for unlikely situations in the present or future: Conditional clause –  Main clause If + Past Simple – would If I had a million pounds, I would probably buy… Read More »

Understanding Conditionals I: First Conditional

We use First Conditionals to talk about events which are possible. The Conditional clause can refer to the present or the future. Conditional clause main clause If + Present Simple – will + bare infinitive If we hurry, we’ll catch the bus. If we miss it, there’ll be another one. The Conditional clause can come… Read More »

How to Solve Digit Problems Part I

Digit Problems is one of the word problems in Algebra. To be able to solve this problem, you must understand how our number system works. Our number system is called the decimal number system because the numbers in each place value is multiplied by powers of 10 (deci means 10). For instance, the number 284 has digits… Read More »

Grammar Tutorial: What is parallelism?

Written by Nigina Dustova Basically, almost all of the verb structures need to be the same verb tense; this holds true even when the verb acts as a noun. However, this is not true when the events take place at different times. Examples: Same tenses: 1.) She walked along the road, ate some ice cream,… Read More »

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