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  • Absolute English
    Apr 21, 2018

    Question tags are made of an auxiliary verb plus a pronoun, which go at the end of a sentence, either to ask for more information about something, or to confirm something which we believe is true. The auxiliary verb matches the tense of the main verb and the pronoun comes directly from the noun. Question tags can either have a rising or falling intonation depending if you want to genuinely ask for the answer or expect someone to agree with you. Finally, Question tags usually work in opposition. If the main sentence is affirmative, then the question tag is usually negative, so: You do live here, don’t you? and vice versa. Watch our video to find out more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plvBNpPKkTc
  • Absolute English
    Apr 12, 2018

    Watch our new video on how to use ‘fun and funny’ to answer the following question! 'Yesterday was such a _____ day, it made me so happy!'   What word is missing? a) Funny b) Fun? Watch the video to find out when something’s fun, and when it’s funny. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbE5Yk0IGW8
  • Absolute English
    Apr 6, 2018

    'Listening occupies about 45 per cent of the time adults spend communicating.' Why listening is important It should not be difficult to realise the importance of listening when we consider that it occupies about 45 per cent of the time adults spend in communication. This is significantly more than speaking, which accounts for 30 per cent, and reading and writing, which make up 16 per cent and nine per cent respectively. Read more: https://www.britishcouncil.org/voices-magazine/five-essential-listening-skills-english-learners