COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES

If you have already worked in class on comparatives and superlatives you can click on this quiz

It's good practice!



GIVING DIRECTIONS VOCABULARY




PRESENT PERFECT GRAMMAR PRACTICE




HAVE YOU EVER STUDIED THE 'PRESENT PERFECT'?


And... "have you ever seen the rain, coming down a sunny day?" watch this video and listen to Creedence Clearwater Revival while you read the lyrics. It's really good practice for grammar tenses review, enjoy!





IRREGULAR PASTS AND PAST PARTICIPLES PRACTICE:


1. For IRREGULAR VERBS PRACTISE, here there is a very interesting link, where you can test and self-correct your mistakes. Choose your level or degree of dificulty: Irregular verbs practise



2. Visit the website clicking here or do the crossword here:


3. And for regular final ending -ed pronunciation /Id/ go to File 2.



Remember:

'For', 'Since' and 'Ago'.

We can use for or since with the present perfect to say how long something has happened.
I have known him since 1980.
or
I have known him for 22 years.
The meaning is the same. For is used to talk about a period of time, since to talk about when the action started.
ago is more often used with the past simple to say when something started.
He started his own business six months ago.
The first book was printed over 500 years ago.
So the difference between 'since' and 'ago'?
Since tells us the starting point of an action which is still continuing now. Ago tells us the starting point of an action which is finished.
I have lived in this city since 1980.
I left Denver twenty years ago.

EXERCISES ON SINCE AND FOR