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The words ‘some’ and ‘any’ are what we call Determiners. We use these words before nouns in order to add meaning. Some examples of other Determiners are: much, many, every, each and both. ‘Some’ and ‘any’ give us an indication about the amount of something. These two little words – some and any – are often confused with each other but there are some important differences between them.
In this free downloadable resource, you can read about the difference between some and any, the situations in which we use each one and some examples.
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The phrasal verb ‘carry on’ means to continue with something.
Example: Don’t give up now, you must carry on with your plans to open a new business.
Carry on to the end of the road and then turn right.
Carry on quietly with your work until the teacher arrives.
The phrasal verb ‘carry on’ has another meaning which is ‘to behave badly’.
Example: The children have been carrying on all morning and driving me mad.
This is the preparation material for an English Conversation Lesson about advertising. You can learn some advertising idioms as well as some common phrasal verbs that are used in advertisements and when talking about the subject of advertising. You can also read some common conversation questions about this topic.
To grow up means to develop from a child to an adult; to spend the years between being a child and being an adult.
|Present Simple||Grow up|
|Past Simple||Grew up|
|Past Participle||Grown up|
|-ing form||Growing up|
Examples of use:
- I grew up in Australia.
- When I grow up I want to be a doctor.
- She is growing up fast.
This is an English conversation lesson about festivals, carnivals, weddings and other celebrations. You can learn vocabulary and expressions associated with festivals and other celebrations as well as discover the most common questions people may ask you about this subject.
This is the preparation material for an English conversation lesson about the weather. There are so many terms in the English language to describe the weather, some with only very small differences in meaning. This lessons outlines some of those words, as well as some common idioms we use when talking about the weather. There are also some conversation questions about this subject. read more