- Someone commented that they had problems with tenses, if you feel you need some revision this page will provide you with lots! It includes a quick tense overview at the end and plenty of exercises
- In Module 1 we practised narrating what is happening while we are talking. You can try by yourselves, if you want. Here you can continue enjoying one of Mr Bean’s “feats”.
- In Module 2 we have also seen some prefixes and suffixes, but if you’d like to see how many of them there are, then use the links above. The lists are far too exhaustive for us. Just use if for reference, or if you are feeling curious, OK?
And remember: Tips on how to write a good essay :
Plan your essay in advance
Do not write straight away. Plan before you begin.Jot down briefly the main ideas, supporting paragraphs and points.Write clear and simple sentences to express your meaning in simple words.Stay focused on the main idea of your essay.Re-read your essay in the end.While writing your essay, it is probable that you will make a few spelling or grammar mistakes. Hence it is a good idea to try to read through your essay once more and correct them