.only_mob{display:none!important} @media only screen and (max-device-width:600px),only screen and (max-width:600px){ .mob_hidden{display:none!important} .only_mob{display:block!important} } @media only screen and (max-width:600px){ .mob_hidden{display:none!important} .only_mob{display:block!important} } Mistakes are ok Hello! Articles, tenses, degrees of comparison - there are many confusing topics in English in which even native speakers are mistaken. It's normal, it's part of the learning process. Let's try again today to understand the two most popular tenses and get closer to confident English. Practice makes perfect. (Repetition is the mother of learning.) 12 tenses instead of three, 4 types of conditional sentences instead of one - English grammar sometimes drives you crazy. It is not surprising that we often make mistakes in it. Our teachers have developed a personal plan for those who do not want to cram, but want to understand the meaning of the rules in English. Inside there are cool practical tips, useful recommendations and selections of applications and YouTube channels. There will definitely be fewer mistakes. Pick up personal plan Other 6 pains Articles, degrees of comparison of adjectives, passive voice. In English, there are an infinite number of topics in which you can make a mistake. But if you thoughtfully analyze each one and take your time, everything will work out. We conducted a study and identified six (only) pains in English grammar that torment students of the Intermediate level. And we analyzed them in detail in our new article. Read the article in the Journal How does it translate Psychologist Viktor Frankl said that a person has the freedom to choose his attitude to any situation. Made an inaccuracy? Dont be upset. We have picked up a few "decisive" verbs to respond to mistakes. figure out /ˈfɪɡjər ˈaʊt/ find out, understand make an effort /meɪk ən ˈefərt/ attempt, try accomplish /əˈkɑːmplɪʃ/ achieve, implement overcome /ˌoʊvərˈkʌm/ surmount make up my mind /meɪk ʌp maɪ maɪnd/ gather one's thoughts neglect nɪˈɡlekt to ignore A moment of tension You should have seen my face when I learned that the present perfect tense in English is used to talk about past experiences. It is the present, why about the past. Our students often confuse Present Perfect and Past Simple, and this is not surprising - times are similar. Let's figure out the difference. Past Simple the action happened in the past and is still there I figured out what my mistake in speaking was and fixed it. I accomplished a lot during my last English class at Skyeng. Yesterday, I made an effort and learned 20 new words in English. Present Perfect an action happened in the past, but its result affects the present I have studied English all my life. I have overcome a language barrier recently. I’ve been to London. I’ve neglected to practise writing during my IELTS preparation. My final score is really low. If suddenly instead of Present Perfect you used Past Simple, this is not a gross mistake. US speakers often replace Present Perfect with Past Simple, and I understand them. Learn more After our master class, you will forever remember when to use the past and when to use the present tense in English, taking into account their variations. Nataly will teach you grammar in a simple and easy way in 40 minutes. Register! Nataly, Skyeng teacher July 29 at 19:00.
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