The area under the roof of a house is called a loft in British English and an attic in American English. What sort of things can you find there? Do you remember what you've put in yours?
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Last Saturday was International Pillow Fight Day. Had you heard of it? Practise finding your way around the past tenses in English with the second part of our Grammar to go! special.
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The house of English is built with blocks of language: tenses, verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions… Join Dagmar Taylor as she adds a basic brick to the structure each week.
This week: The future: present simple
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"Alex decided it was wisest not to make any snarky comments."
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