It’s time for the next portion of knowledge of deontic modality. Today we will talk necessity and obligation through.
Deontic modality is much more complex than epistemic modality; that’s why I decided to divide this topic into a few parts. Today’s post concerns obligation, order and strong recommendation that can be expressed by using deontic modality. Continue reading “Obligation, order and strong recommendation”
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome: the third conditional!
Modal verbs are verbs that are used with another verbs, which are not modals, to express intention, permission, etc. They are one of the most important parts of the English grammar.
Level up! Today we will meet the second type of conditional sentences. Continue reading “Second conditional”
It’s time for the next type of conditionals. First type is more complex and some of its aspects need to be explained more precisely. Let’s get down to work 🙂 Continue reading “First conditional”
Welcome back to the world of conditionals. Here we will take up 0 conditionals – the easiest type of conditional phrase. Continue reading “0 conditional “
Learning English, you have probably met the term ‘phrasal verb’. No matter if it’s your first time you’ve seen them or not, now you have a great opportunity to become familiar with this important and fascinating part of English language. Continue reading “Phrasal verbs”
Conditionals are the issues of grammar that don’t let the learners have a wink of sleep. For Polish learners it is an additional trouble for the reason that it is not always possible to translate conditional sentences accurately from Polish to English and the other way around. Continue reading “Conditional sentences “
For many learners of English the art of using its tenses is something almost unattainable; especially for the native speakers of those languages which haven’t got such a number of tenses – like Polish. My adventure with English tenses didn’t differ from the experiences of other learners. Continue reading “How to learn to use tenses”